Has the concordat really made a difference, or has it only empowered the Chinese government to make things worse?
We all love our tech gadgets. But are the Amish on to something?
There is a categorical difference between sending your children to the best school you can afford, for example, and altering their genetic code.
These brilliant tweets highlight something important that Joel Osteen gets wrong.
Sometimes being a slow learner can be a good thing.
Chick-fil-A employees undergo a comprehensive crash course in all things people skills before hitting the floor.
Women are the happiest when they are in equality-loving, feminist-minded relationships, right? That’s the line we’re often told.
The good men will be out there eventually, they are just taking a very long time to mature.
What building blocks of virtue make up those men, young and old, who sacrifice themselves so that others may live?
It’s not surprising that even at a time when fewer Americans may be turning to God, they are still looking for their one true soulmate.
There is another way to die, and to live.
Younger, religiously skeptical generations, who make up the majority of the nonreligious, haven’t realized that religion — unlike spirituality — is about far more than belief. It’s about action.
Yoga and mindfulness could become the fourth “R” of public education. But up for debate is whether the “R” in this case stands for relaxation or religion.
“Europe is committing suicide.” So it would seem.
How often have you heard someone praised for having an open mind? Pretty often, I’d bet.
Why the modern designs just won't cut it.
Greta and other Western children are given to understand that human beings — they themselves — are the problem.
An experience in the concentration camp caused one woman to abandon her indifference toward the suffering of Christ.
It is important to point out that while the name “Easter” is used in the English-speaking world.
The world has been considering what it would mean to lose one of the masterpieces of medieval Christendom for all time. There is widespread agreement that such a loss would be profound.
We aren’t meant for this noisy existence. In silence we are forced to confront that which is not right with ourselves, while in noise we escape.
What shape will the cathedral’s renovation take? Who will decide which alterations “improve” on the original?
A regular criticism of modern praise and worship music is that it is overly repetitive, but this is a misleading criticism. The real problem runs much deeper than that.
What a horrible way for the West to begin Holy Week.
Is it possible for people to improve their lives through hard work, or is the system rigged against you? Your answer – and your results – may depend on your faith.
Peterson fights back tears, and gives an answer of startling humility.
Is it too risky to bring children into this chaotic world in which we live?
Who among us has not suffered discouragement, doubt, or sadness?