I link this blog simply as a piece of light entertainment and because it refers to three of the First Things teammyself, Peter Leithart, and the editor. And I am rather afraid that the author manages to sum each of us up in a single sentence. I might also add that he seems to do the same with all the other names on the list which I recognize. It should save readers a lot of time in the future.
It has been almost eighty years since the publication of H. Richard Niebuhr’s The Kingdom of God in America and we are still talking about what Niebuhr called the problem of constructive . . . . Continue Reading »
Arguments for Distributism have become predictable. Most include an historical homage to long established tradition: Look for mention of guilds, agrarian reform, and Aristotle’s theory of the . . . . Continue Reading »
As we enter Ascensiontide I’d like to remind readers of the seasonal prayers included at pp. 159161 of Ascension Theology. And of the hope expressed in the Preface that homilists . . . . Continue Reading »