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What Would Kuyper Do?

Despite legitimate efforts of believers to reserve a place in the public square, the followers of the secularizing ideologies have historically found ways to thwart such efforts, while, paradoxically, accusing the believers of trying to launch a theocratic takeover. Continue Reading »

What’s Happening in Argentina?

I confess I don’t follow Argentine politics. So when an Argentine friend posted the message “Yo Soy Nisman” on her Facebook page this week, I didn’t get the reference. I asked her about it, and she directed me to several news items on the death Sunday of an Argentine prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, who was about to testify about an alleged deal to immunize the perpetrators of one of the worst anti-Semitic attacks in recent history. It is an astonishing story. Continue Reading »

Events Roundup—1.22.15

New York A Mess of Help January 24 The Olmsted Salon, a ministry of Calvary/St. John’s Church which seeks to integrate faith and culture, is hosting author David Zahl for a book event. Constructed like an album, Zhal’s new book “A Mess of Help” surveys some of . . . . Continue Reading »

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