Peter J. Leithart is President of the Theopolis Institute, Birmingham, Alabama, and an adjunct Senior Fellow at New St. Andrews College. He is author, most recently, of Gratitude: An Intellectual History (Baylor).
Peter J. Leithart
Celebrations of Ruskin’s polymathic genius usual miss the role of Christianity in his outlook and writing. Continue Reading »
Protestants can offer a fundamental challenge to liberal order only insofar as we retain, and enhance, the sacrificial dimension of classical Protestantism. Continue Reading »
G. E. Moore helped dig the chasm that gapes, for good and ill, between the Victorians and us.
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Outside sports, where can you see fine-tuned teamwork in action, where hard work, skill, and grit are rewarded in real time? Continue Reading »
First Things is indispensable as a guide through the shadows of our current disruptions and discontents. Continue Reading »
Early Rain Covenant Church in Chengdu is being persecuted because the church refuses to register with the state or join the officially sanctioned Three-Self Patriotic Movement. Continue Reading »
The Coens’ hipness isn’t skin deep, but it doesn’t go all the way down either. Continue Reading »
The hosts of heaven proclaim the good news that in Jesus mankind has reached its destiny. Continue Reading »
Deneen’s definition of liberalism disregards the role of religion and the public management of religion in the formation of liberal order. Continue Reading »
Politics dissolves into brutality unless it’s infused with apolitical habits and virtues—humility, gentleness, forbearance, forgiveness, kindness, charity, love. Continue Reading »