Carl R. Trueman
The selfish sexual reductionism of the “ethical non-monogamy community” is anything but positive in its attitude to sex. Continue Reading »
The National Catholic Reporter reveals the shocking truth: Archbishop Charles Chaput is a Roman Catholic who takes the Catechism seriously. Who will rid us of such troublesome priests? Continue Reading »
All American Christians need the Roman Catholic bishops to take a strong, public stand against politicians like Joe Biden who openly mock the teaching of the Church to which they claim to belong. Continue Reading »
Does hate have limits? Sadly, yes, it does. Continue Reading »
Samuel D. James's post on America's lost boys points towards the depth of the problem faced by Christianity today. The solution, however, is as yet unclear. Continue Reading »
In Resurrecting the Idea of a Christian Society, Rusty Reno offers a brilliant, accessible and modestly optimistic take on the possibilities for positive change in our current cultural climate, upon which I offer some modestly pessimistic thoughts. Continue Reading »
Putting LGBTQ history on the school curriculum is merely the symptom. The metaphysical foundations and significance of the new California history syllabus are much deeper and far more consequential than are its moral implications, whatever the Left or the Right might like to think.
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Trouble on the Bakersfield school board puts the lie to the idea that pluralism really has a future. We have lost, and we need to understand that and act accordingly.
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An Iowa lawsuit has significance for us all. Continue Reading »
The Brexit vote reveals national divisions in the United Kingdom and social divisions in English society—but it still defies the simplistic pieties of the metro-Left. Continue Reading »