A recently released report found an “institutionalized regime” of disregard for human life at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
On Free Speech, 40% of Americans Are Closer to the Chinese Government’s Interpretation than the Founding Fathers
Growing numbers of Americans no longer believe in the Founders vision that the function of government is to protect citizen’s pre-existing and unalienable rights.
Lost in the emotional social media posts and virtue-signaling are serious questions that should be asked.
Why have most of the world's major religions condemned suicide as an escape from suffering?
Lionel Shriver was sacked by Penguin Random House for penning an op-ed critical of the company's new diversity policy.
Philosopher Thomas Nagel hopes there is no God... but one aspect of faith makes him uneasy in his atheistic beliefs.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Sunday expressed regret over eating at Chick-fil-A because of the chicken company’s CEO’s personal views on gay marriage.
This is my life: Imagine a dagger thrust into your solar plexus. Now imagine that dagger with you at every step of life, whether it be the mundane or the joyous, such as the birth of your child or the celebration of a wedding anniversary. Grinding, penetrating, endless pain.
With the sudden passing of designer Kate Spade and TV personality Anthony Bourdain—both of whom authorities believe took their own life—it’s easy to wonder if an epidemic of suicide is upon us.
In his 1989 book Oracle at the Supermarket, psychologist Steven Starker explained how the self-help industry had become a sort of spiritual guide for individuals seeking answers.
Is it time for our nation to have a serious conversation about what tolerance really means?
Mark Perry, an economics professor at the University of Michigan-Flint, shows that one-quarter of Michigan's “diversicrats” earn annual salaries of more than $100,000.
In becoming amoral, ethically neutral, and ‘free,’ we have cut the very roots of our being; lost our deepest sense of self-hood and identity; and, with neurotics themselves, find ourselves asking: Who am I? What is my destiny?
Belief in God is declining and belief in ghosts and witches is rising.
A hilarious episode of 'Gumball' has fun with the palpable intolerance of social justice tolerance.
If you want to understand what will likely happen politically in ten years, simply look at the cultural beliefs of the younger Americans and how they live their lives. Politics and policy will eventually conform.
The newlyweds were given a lot to chew on besides diversity and inclusiveness.
Might the latest wedding trend detract from the solemnity of marriage?
As the latest Pew Forum survey shows, the god that atheists rejects might not be the God that most Americans believe in.
While it’s worthwhile to explore the pros and cons of attachment parenting, Tiger Moms, or free-range concepts, do we get too caught up in these theories? And in so doing, do we forget the basics every parent should pass on to a child in order to ensure that he or she becomes a flourishing adult?
What are Gnosticism and Pelagianism, the ancient errors criticised by Pope Francis?
G.K. Chesterton believed that men, by nature, tend to be monomaniacal. Women are not.
The most obvious issue is this: “What is the meaning and value of a single human life?”
"The emptiness and pointlessness of the modern narrative begs for questions."
But have many turned away from religion/Christianity because modern churches have focused only on the emotional?
For the past twenty-five years, Rev. Bill Hybels has enjoyed world-wide fame as the founding pastor of Willow Creek Community Church in suburban Chicago.
Could evangelical churches benefit from instituting confession?
Why are certain regions of America so "unchurched"?