African Lessons

Readers who enjoyed Matthew Hanley’s Should Catholic Charities Settle for Harm Reduction? , today’s On the Square article, may also want to read his new book Affirming Love, Avoiding AIDS: What Africa Can Teach the West , soon to be published by the National Catholic Bioethics Center. . . . . Continue Reading »

The United States of Brooklyn, NH

From StrangeMaps : The US is one of the world’s biggest countries, with one of the world’s most numerous populations [1]. The 23rd Census of the United States, now under way, will provide us with updated information on the current size of America’s population, but until then, . . . . Continue Reading »

Video Interviews: Michael Horton

Mars Hill Church Public Relations Director Nick Bogardus interviews Michael S. Horton, the J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Westminster Seminary California. Dr. Horton is the president of White Horse Media, for which he co-hosts the White Horse Inn, a nationally . . . . Continue Reading »

Obamacare: Keep Fighting, Urge the People

The fat lady hasn’t sung.  A large majority of the people want opponents of Obamacare to keep fighting it, according to a CBS poll.  From the story:A CBS News poll released Wednesday finds that nearly two in three Americans want Republicans in Congress to continue to challenge parts . . . . Continue Reading »

The Tournament of Novels

Did you miss out on the NCAA Basketball tournament because you were reading Middlemarch ? Have you ever argued with friends about the merits of Pale Fire versus Gravity’s Rainbow ? Then this tournament is for you. [caption id=”attachment_14086” align=”alignright” . . . . Continue Reading »