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Do we really know what socialism is? Would we sign up for it if we did?
Christians living in Wuhan have worked more fervently and more efficiently, with less resources, than any governmental agency has in response to the coronavirus.
The eminent expert in communicating science botches his explanation.
Perhaps there’s still hope for American masculinity.
Humanity is full of hubris, and our continued quest to explore and subjugate nature can only end in one way.
People on both sides of the political spectrum are continually baffled by the continued support of evangelical Christians for President Donald Trump.
Jordan Peterson has been an inspiration to many young people, but his illness reveals a large item lacking in his philosophy.
The 1662 edition of the Book of Common Prayer has one service that doesn't line up with how many modern Christians think of church, or God.
Europe is undergoing seismic changes, and it is important in this time to understand the role of Christianity and Christian Democracy in Europe's past and present.
The Blaine Amendment might be struck down by the Supreme Court, allowing parents to use school vouchers to send their kids to religious schools.
“Letter from a Birmingham Jail” rests on a basis that most modern people, especially the educated, reject.
Society has all sorts of parameters that seek to define which of us is a failure, but those definitions aren't the ones that matter.
The difference between "preaching" and answering religious questions from a roomful of people is pretty much up to the interpretation of the Chinese communists.
The United States has a long history of children reading the Bible in schools, a practice once again up for public debate. Could it return to schools in the near future?
Even as a young socialist Chesterton had his doubts about both socialism itself and the depth of its connection to early Christianity.
Porta dos Fundos and Netflix view themselves as defenders of free speech, but they aren't risking anything by poking fun at Christians.
“Why Is America So Depressed?” was one of the first headlines I saw as I jumped back into work after the holidays.
There seems to be a set of the elite who are quite ready to view themselves as gods, replacing any and all of the traditional deities.
We seek to protect the bodies of human beings while at the same time we often neglect teaching morality and nurturing the spirit.
It's not that millennials have lost the mysticism of generations past, it's just that they put their faith in much different things than their parents or grandparents do.
George Carlin once claimed that human rights are "imaginary." He's wrong, and for many reasons.
Now it’s the Salvation Army’s turn.
Embracing suffering, learning from it, and enduring it, benefits not only those we love, but ourselves as well.
There are plenty of candidates for the worst Christmas song. "Mary, Did You Know" should not be one of them.
When Chambers rejected the Communist philosophy of faith in man and embraced faith in God, he had what he viewed as his first Christmas.
The first President's humility, faith, and outlook stand in stark contrast to the politicians of our time.
Thanksgiving discussions are best when warm, rather than too hot or cold.
Chic-fil-A's recent decision causes some to question its authenticity to Christians and to LGBT+ groups.
Why is it that attitudes, after the laissez faire ones of the sixties and onward, now may be changing?
Stupidity continues to swirl in society with increasing vigor. The important thing is whether each of us will allow ourselves to be dragged along with it.
Lack of religion doesn’t really affect our quality of life today, does it?
It is not racist or imperialist to suggest that Native people of Amazonia are sinners who need to be converted, have faith in Jesus Christ, and be baptized. The same is true for many Western urbanites.
We are so often thankful for the veterans who keep us physically safe. We need to be more thankful for those who keep our souls safe as well.
Climate alarmists continue to predict the end of the world, and their methods for trying to forestall this tragedy reek of neo-paganism.
Friend matchmakers are now a thing. Why do we have so much trouble making friends on our own?
A society that has abandoned religion, as ours has done, also fears death, which in turn leads to contempt for older generations.
The Roman Catholic Church is changing its priesthood and inconsistently advocating for open borders for European countries, but not authoritative regimes. Should we be worried?
Kanye and Obama have something in common.
How do American third wave feminists reconcile their grievances with those of women whose human rights are 100 years behind?
Seventy percent of millennials say they would likely vote for a socialist. Are cities to blame?
IVF porn is one of those sordid things that everyone knows about but no one has the stomach to talk about.
Are we on the verge of seeing the popularity of Democratic Socialism morph into the brave new world of Communism 2.0?
The emotional, physical, and intellectual damage wrought by the climate change movement now is coming into clear view. It’s an outcome that should enrage every parent.
"The Communist Party’s ultimate goal is to ‘become God.’"
White nationalism is in fact a very specific form of rootlessness, an ideology of alienation.
Plato's Republic sheds profound light on the real problem.
“Where are the good Christian men?” That question is being asked by single Christian women across America.
Kim Brooks suggests that childhood has been ruined by many culprits including screens, food, and lack of play. But she also believes that our approach to child-rearing has undergone a dramatic change.
When faced with a challenge, most of us have received advice to “just be yourself.” Those offering advice have good intentions, but are rather misled.
Only a quarter of young couples tie the knot "in a religious institution."
Are those who oppose raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour transgressing the Scripture and mocking the Lord God Almighty? One might get that impression from watching Tuesday night’s Democratic presidential debate, when one of the...
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?
What building blocks of virtue make up those men, young and old, who sacrifice themselves so that others may live?
There is another way to die, and to live.
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.
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.
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.
What shape will the cathedral’s renovation take? Who will decide which alterations “improve” on the original?
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.
The Swiss psychologist foresaw and lamented the West's break with tradition and the loneliness of modernity.
If Darwinism was true, did it need to be touted as “still true?”
“We see no evidence that students responded with any offensive or racist statements of their own."
Is there a connection?
For the past four years, Deliverance San Diego has been delivering hot meals to the city’s homeless population every Friday, averaging 200 donated meals on any given evening.
The result of our relativistic society?
The students from Covington Catholic were quickly denounced by many leading Catholics. They would have done well to wait.
Parents have a natural right and responsibility to raise and educate their children, not the state.
They have been liberated by their ethnic backgrounds to speak more candidly than the vast majority of their countrymen.
Astronomer and chairman of the New York-based American Museum-Hayden Planetarium, Dr. Franklyn Branley, addresses the question.
When drawing up your New Year's Resolutions, put forgiveness at the top of the list.
The end result of moral nihilism, as the Soviets demonstrated, is death and destruction on an industrial scale.
‘Emotional’ is perhaps the last word we can apply to some of the most important events.
The decline of religion in America is real—that is, depending on how you define “religion.”
The science that for most of the 20th century portrayed itself as the enlightened alternative to organized religion has taken a decidedly spiritual turn.
To some, Jordan Peterson is a breath of fresh air. To others, a guru. Many find him and his ideas to be dangerous. Still others see him as a sign of the times. In a sense, they’re all right.
It seems there’s always some Grinch that wants to ruin Christmas every year.
“We did not create or fashion ourselves, and we did not get to where we are in life by ourselves. So living in gratitude is living in truth.” Living out of ingratitude is living a lie.
Enlightenment thinkers like Voltaire were known for their attacks on Christianity . Nevertheless, they understood that ordinary people needed religion if they were to be virtuous citizens.
A sense of lack generates anxious feelings.
It comes from Oscar Wilde's play, "A Woman of No Importance."
November 9th marks the eightieth anniversary of Kristallnacht.
Condemnation by the self-righteous—what some call virtue signaling—is rampant these days.
Stephen Hawking’s own personal brief history of time is up. But he left as he lived, feisty, modern and… depressing.
Today's reformation has many similarities with the one which occurred 500 years ago, only today's is not happening in the churches.
In an age where individuals are increasingly falling for socialist nostrums, Thomas Merton provides timeless lessons about why people choose bankrupt ideologies such as communism.
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago offers some poignant advice for dealing with the friction in today's society.
The Canadian psychologist has set off left-wing ideological Geiger counters around the world, and for good reason.
The story of the new progressive Code of Conduct for project in Silicon Valley and one group of developers who are fighting back.
Civil wars happen when there is a profound philosophical incompatibility inside a nation.
Face up to the harm you have caused and you have taken the first step out of hell and into heaven.
Are American tax dollars enabling the most deplorable sexual abuse imaginable?
Can a society which welcomes diversity find room in its group hug to embrace truth?
It isn't just about "happily ever after." It's about community, and the lack of it is tearing our marriages apart.
The problem that any rational thinker needs to tackle is that the science increasingly shows that atheists are no more rational than...
What would C.S. Lewis say about the assertion that a "gay mafia" controls the Vatican?
C.S. Lewis' demon Screwtape is a wily one... and those in families can be especially prone to falling into his trap.
In response to the Viganò Testimony, Pennsylvania Attorney General weighs in with even more damaging news for the Vatican.
As Chesteron saw it, the problem with the young people of England in the 1930's was not that they were pagans, but that they had lost all vestige of paganism.
Is it time we abandon our unrealistic expectations of marriage?
Putin is promoting the very thing that the West has abandoned.
Given how much suffering to the innocents is prevented by punishing violent criminals with harsh sentences, it is apt to say, as a federal appeals court judge once did, that “He who is kind to the cruel is cruel to the...
Rev. Darrell Scott, a Cleveland pastor and co-founder of the president’s National Diversity Coalition, said Donald Trump is “the most pro-black president that we’ve had in our lifetime.”
A newly released Gallup poll shows that Americans are rapidly beginning to see porn as morally acceptable.
The Story and Symbolism Behind the Most Chilling Image in the History of Western Art
While emphasizing a shift toward individuality, humanist weddings generally draw from traditional aspects of religious weddings.
Christianity is the first major religion that, at its founding, stripped the state of its theocratic powers over the spiritual lives of the people.
As conductor, as composer, and as mass-media music educator, Bernstein made Western art music more than accessible: He made it understandable. And at the root of this understanding was his idea of faith.
New research allows scientists "to rewrite the DNA bound up in living cells," and now an ethics panel suggests this may be "morally permissible."
We spend most of our lives not truly living at all but shoring up goods for some time in the future when we can enjoy them—which never comes since we have incapacitated ourselves from enjoying the present.
The “conventional wisdom” may be conventional, but it’s often not wisdom.
For the unlucky few who win the internet lottery, misdeeds become fodder for public judgement. Did the severity of the crime match the severity of the punishment?
Could the ban be the first step towards the Netherlands becoming a religiously oppressive nation?
On Tuesday, the Netherlands joined a growing number of European nations to implement a "Burqa Ban." Here's why that's a good thing.
Freedom of the press is a crucial component to a virtuous, flourishing society, as Pope Francis affirmed on June 20 when he called for greater liberty for the press.
A recently released report found an “institutionalized regime” of disregard for human life at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
Lost in the emotional social media posts and virtue-signaling are serious questions that should be asked.
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
With the sudden passing of designer Kate Spade and TV personality
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.
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.
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."
Why are certain regions of America so "unchurched"?
Observant students tend to be more conscientious and cooperative.
America’s fastest-growing food chain has come to New York City.
The lyrics to Gerry Rafferty's 'Baker Street'—in contrast to the seductive sax and upbeat strings and keyboard—are rather dark. It's not your typical rock/pop song about finding or losing love.
Many on the left now hold that structural inequalities in society are so overwhelming that reason itself is largely futile, Andrew Sullivan writes.
"The culture of the group of which your child is a part growing up will be the culture he or she adopts as their own."
See how you do on this version of a quiz that's failed by most undergraduates.
A renaissance man with a long and accomplished legacy, Jefferson played a major role in the founding of the United States of America—and establishing its strong protections for religious freedom for all.
One of the overarching desires in life – whether we admit it or not – is to simply be happy. We know it’s not always feasible or realistic, yet it’s something we desire on some level—for ourselves, our spouses, and most especially, our...
Religious belief is often thought to evince a precarious kind of commitment, in which the degree of conviction is inversely proportional to correspondence with the facts.
In modern American culture, Christianity is admirable so long as it is reduced to a series of vague, humanistic platitudes.
The moral conviction against porn remains strong, but there is also sympathy for its consumers.
Why are so many American white men killing themselves and others? And what’s to be done about this phenomenon?
Gun ownership is not our problem.
Many Christians believe that Glastonbury is the site of the earliest church in Britain, allegedly founded in the first or second century by Joseph of Arimathea.
The Dutch Ministry of Justice announced it is launching criminal investigations into four instances of euthanasia, a sign the nation may be reining its permissive policy.
We must own up to the fact that laws and regulations alone cannot produce a civilized society. Morality is society’s first line of defense against uncivilized behavior.
Abigail Marsh, an associate professor of psychology at Georgetown University, has discovered a trait common among altruistic people.
Telling others to 'get on the right side of history' is not just a form of intellectual bullying. It also reveals a tyrannical dimension to those who'd invoke the future to destroy the past.
Here are five facts you should know about the man who became the world’s most famous Protestant evangelist.
At the root of our modern holiday is a beautiful fiction. St. Valentine was no lover or patron of love.
Faith in institutions is collapsing--and the phenomenon is not isolated to America.
Is modern technology creating hollow men?
MLK focused on the role of love as key to building healthy communities and the ways in which love can and should be at the center of our social interactions.
Howard Thurman and Martin Luther King Jr. were both steeped in the Baptist tradition.
The international non-profit ministry Open Doors says these five countries are the most dangerous for Christians.
The discussion as to whether child sex dolls and child androids can reduce pedophilia offers an indication as to which philosophy reigns in America today.
Christians will probably never be able to fully refute this one atheist argument.
The freedom to disagree is what makes America so unique.
The Apostle Paul’s teachings, as taken directly from the Greek of his letters, emphasize neither original guilt nor imputed righteousness.
It's not just foreign governments who have a hand in instigating the protests.
A three-judge panel of the Oregon Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld a decision by a state agency that led to the fine and forced Aaron and Melissa Klein to close their bakery.
Did Jesus of Nazareth really exist? Some historians say the evidence is weak. But by what standard?
Charles Dickens’ story reminds us that our celebrations of Christ’s birth ought to stretch into all that we do.
We often think of the secularization of Christmas as a very recent thing. But its origins go back to the nineteenth century.
The retired British boxer, who is a practicing Muslim, is receiving an avalanche of abuse after posting a picture of a Christmas tree.
It may actually be a form of sloth.
“Kindness is love in action,” observed psychologist Robert Holden in his book 'Loveability.'
The monastery was the most influential institution in Western Europe during the Middle Ages.
After two years of euthanasia in Quebec, a look at the numbers.
Every December we hear about the 'War on Christmas.' But do you know where it really began?
New research suggests parents may hold the key to fidelity.
The legacy of the Bill of Rights is this: What government did not create, it can neither bestow nor confiscate.
It involves the destruction of an invaluable repository of social and collective memory.
How much can the chattering class actually help me be a better person, a better husband, a better father, or a better boss?
A look at the the origin and development of Hanukkah over the past more than 2,000 years.
G.K. Chesterton rejected optimism and pessimism because he found both to be expressions of a fatalistic approach to life.
The rags to riches backstory of "A Charlie Brown Christmas" is one we could all stand to hear.
Oh, the irony...
David Cassidy's estranged daughter shared her father's dying words. And they can be a lesson for us all.
J.R.R. Tolkien learned some things about human nature, sex and love during and following his love affair with wife Edith Bratt. Here are eight observations.
“I believe a man is happier, and happy in a richer way, if he has ‘the freeborn mind’. But I doubt whether he can have this without economic independence, which the new society is abolishing."
A new Gallup poll reveals a troubling trend in the U.S.: Americans are detached from reality.
In his Farewell Address, George Washington urged America to be non-interventionist, but that was before the nuclear age.
In a culture so animated by people wanting, taking, and consuming, Thanksgiving stands alone. It is a time of humility, a time to remember all those who toiled and struggled to secure the blessings we have, a time to maybe even acknowledge the han
After cult leader Charles Manson died on Sunday, the New York Post canonized him... to hell.
Playboy's sex doctor, Dr. Debra W. Soh, argued that a healthy sex drive should not be confused with toxic masculinity or predatory behavior.
Denise Young Smith, Apple's vice president for diversity and inclusion, is leaving the company, reports say.
The response to Louis C.K.’s movie 'I Love You Daddy' proves C.S. Lewis was right about the nature of relativism.
The cultural historian Jacques Barzun suggested that persecution is just as likely to germinate in an atmosphere of intellectual inquiry as under an atmosphere of repression.
The Proto-gospel of James tends to fill in gaps left by the Gospels of Matthew and Luke.
The types of things parents discuss (or don't) with their kids are quite revealing.
Many of Hollywood's brightest stars have been accused of what a sex therapist calls ‘eroticized rage’.
Joshua Sutcliffe, a Christian pastor from Oxford, admitted he said 'Well done girls' when addressing a group that included a transgender student.
There’s reason to believe that human dignity could become a rarity again in a post-Christian world.
Marriage between cousins remains rampant in much of the Muslim world. And the results are truly tragic.
Halloween is actually deeply rooted in the Christian tradition.
"Man is constantly being assured today that he has more power than ever before in history, but his daily experience is one of powerlessness." - Richard Weaver
Christopher Dawson: "The totalitarian state --- and perhaps the modern state in general -- is not satisfied with passive obedience; it demands full co-operation from the cradle to the grave."
What was of paramount importance for the biblical authors was one's moral standing before God, regardless of our problem-solving abilities.
Would we see a lot less anger, dissension, judgment, and rejection of the truth if we applied these principles to life beyond the workforce?
The writings of C.S. Lewis display a belief in limited government and a distrust of government-enforced morality.
For more than 400 years, between the ninth and the early 13th centuries, Europeans asked God to weigh-in on defendants’ criminal status. The method of their request: judicial ordeals.
A rising share of Americans think it doesn't.
Seneca thought that anger is a temporary madness, and that even when justified, we should never act on the basis of it.
INC Christianity is led by a network of popular independent religious entrepreneurs, often referred to as “apostles.”
Charles P. Pierce pens a plea to Barack Obama begging the former president to join ‘the resistance.’
The New York Times bombshell report on Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein shows how absolution works in 21st-century America.
"Though I am sometimes reluctant to admit it, there really is something ‘timeless’ in the Tyndale/King James synthesis." - Christopher Hitchens
Brown’s words about religion are interesting, particularly when viewed in the light of famous author C.S. Lewis.
The lens of addiction prompts us to ask deeper questions about the nature and sources of happiness in our lives.
In G.K. Chesterton's day, the purity campaign was against booze, not cigarettes. But he'd say the "incurable morbidity of modern ethics” lurks behind both crusades.
Author Paul Kengor has written an account of the relationship between Pope John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan that is compelling and unabashedly faith-filled.
Pope Francis loves to praise dialogue. But when it comes to global warming he is in 'the science is settled' camp.
A surprising claim from an author who took his own life three years later.
Did it start with a single act of defiance?
Modern life is exceedingly stressful. It’s likely that in our quest for material prosperity, we’ve utterly abandoned the need for spiritual prosperity.
Several leading Democrats have explicitly raised concerns about the religious views of judicial nominees.
What primacy does reason hold over passion in a universe in which objective truth does not exist?
Traditional Christian teaching has taught that the bond between one man and one woman is good for everyone, not just Christians.
The novelist Walker Percy believed violent storms offered respite from the curse of modern man: meaninglessness.
Pundits and politicians in the wake of Hurricane Harvey focused on saying, 'I told you so.' But evidence does not support the claim.
Soul musician Daryl Davis can be a model for how to change people’s minds.
Some Christians say you cannot be both a faithful Christian and a libertarian. Are they right?
Numerous media outlets have attempted to tie recent hurricane activity to global warming. But are the claims supported by scientific evidence?
When we think of the destruction of books, we tend to think of Nazis and ISIS. It’s a vulgar, unenlightened act.
It would be a mistake to overlook just how Christian this idea is.
Over the last century, a large majority of Muslim countries have banned instant-talaq, including neighbours Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Americans are more divided than ever, but they're also desperate to restore civil discourse.
If you find yourself unsatisfied with what the current culture celebrates, you may want to turn to the ancient wisdom of Emperor Marcus Aurelius.
It’s worth digging into the psychology of people attracted to totalitarian ideology, though we might not like what we find.
“Laws and principles are not for the times when there is no temptation…”
Philip Booth, in a new essay for Religion & Liberty Transatlantic, says many Christians confuse inequality and poverty.
The Bible has ceased to be part of the storytelling that influences the West’s mainstream culture.
C.S. Lewis suggests that intelligence and faith go hand in hand.
Surely, after hearing my carefully reasoned beliefs on numerous occasions, a merely ignorant person would have changed their mind by now?
A Minneapolis writing conference was canceled because of the lack of diversity of the presenters.
A new survey shows more than half—56% to be precise—of Google's employees say the company was wrong to fire engineer James Damore for his controversial memo.
Without reference to theology, students who study classical history see an historic break between the West and every previous civilization.
A certain set of Catholics since Vatican II has rejected this embrace of religious freedom.
There are two primary reasons Christians struggle to make high-quality art today.
Even Ancient Rome had a foodie culture, from which Church leaders, such as St. Augustine, St. Basil, St. Francis, and St. Paul, urged followers to abstain.
Four scientists writing for Quillette magazine said the memo was scientifically accurate.
Is it intellectual laziness, or something more?
According to one religious scholar, today's Christians probably wouldn't like their counterparts who lived 2,000 years ago.
In his book 'Their Morals and Ours,' Leon Trotsky explained why the murder of children is perfectly justifiable under certain conditions.
As the oldest story in the Christian world, it attests to love, sacrifice, and redemption.
Free speech advocate Dr. Jordan Peterson, who has taken a stand against genderless pronouns, had his Gmail and Youtube accounts locked Tuesday, and Google is offering "no explanation" as to why.
Is it likely that Europe will have a Muslim majority in our lifetimes?
Media have dubbed Tibetan monk Matthieu Ricard the world's happiest man. He says this is "a total exaggeration," and he's right.
The first step to aiding the tortured Body of Christ is for the West to recommit itself to, and to reassert, Western values.
Having inspired numerous political leaders and social movements, its motifs are still alive and well today.
Are Christian publications falling for the allure of socialism?
Liberties give us the freedom to act, but they do not always entail the freedom to do these things without any interference.
Even when the evidence seems to point to intelligent design, hold out for a purely materialistic, designer-free explanation. One is sure to come along—sooner or later.
He’s probably less popular among US Catholics than anywhere else in the Church.
Can the religious left achieve the public status of the religious right?
Star Wars is an icon of the modern idol of distraction that has become the destiny of a generation of lost souls. Modernity’s enchantment with the film is rooted in a religious hunger for transcendence—but God has been left off...
C.S. Lewis, like Ayn Rand, believed unselfishness is a vice, not a virtue.
You can always find excuses to shake your faith and trust in God and in love. You can always find reasons to doubt. But, if you choose love, no trace of doubt can shake you.
'So, my dear ignorant, judgmental, *ssholes, this one is for you.'
Are people being replaced by goats?
Hobby Lobby deserves praise, not condemnation, for these actions.
Even the ACLU recognizes that “a proper education is virtually impossible without understanding the role religion has played in shaping history and society.”
“Any excuse for a party” used to be a joke; now it’s a lifestyle for the perpetually deserving.
The votaries of Diversity hold themselves entitled to take over secular institutions, and those founded to support other religions, and to persecute those who refuse to go along.
Professionals who dare to question the unscientific party line of supporting gender transition therapy could find themselves maligned or out of a job.
“As the demands for tolerance become greater, the bounds of acceptance can also become tighter.”
California has now banned state travel to eight other states. Maybe it's time to rethink our views on discrimination.
The “newest” terrorists encourage more frequent active violence, hostage-takings and kidnappings.
It’s not news that Social Justice Warriors and the Political Correctness Police have overrun modern college campuses.
Though recognized for things that would be considered less than religious by most, all discovered religion late in their lives.
As Catholicism teaches abstinence before marriages, there is a common perception that Catholic schools would be places without hookup culture.
J.R.R. Tolkien's wisdom extends beyond Middle Earth and into the realm of real-life romance.
Sharia Law is actually quite progressive, in some respects.
Cosmologist Andrei Linde outlined the possibility of creating a universe in a laboratory: a whole new cosmos that might one day evolve its own stars, planets and intelligent life.
The world's most famous atheist called Islam 'the most evil religion in the world' at a science festival in the United Kingdom, reports say.
Those familiar with the teachings of fascism, or the modern racialist movement, should not be jolted by to learn Jeremy Joseph Christian supported Bernie Sanders.
There is an effort afoot to convince people that humans are essentially no different than other animals. But the idea doesn't hold up under scrutiny.
Insight from Ben Franklin, John Adams, and George Washington might explain this decline.
East Lansing Mayor Mark Meadows said the city’s decision to exclude them from the farmers market had nothing to do with their religious beliefs.
Writing in City Journal, Manhattan Institute scholar Heather Mac Donald says the left’s faith in open borders is impregnable.
In Europe, jihadists and potential jihadists are paid to separate themselves from the brotherhood of man.
Terrorism is not an ideology like communism or capitalism.
The results of the fundamental cultural differences between the West and Islamic civilization are there for all to see ... if we're willing to open our eyes.
Contrary to what you hear, religion could be on the rise.
The idea can be traced to the Stoic philosopher Epictetus.
Hey everyone, a relic of barbarism is making a comeback!
Lust and its corrupting power are a central theme in Dostoyevsky's masterpiece 'The Brothers of Karamazov.'
Moral grandstanding is worse than being merely annoying. There are strong moral reasons to avoid grandstanding.
Why are students protesting with greater vigor than any time since the civil unrest of the 60s and 70s?
In November 1944, J.R.R. Tolkien described an ending to The Lord of the Rings that fans of his epic tale will find unfamiliar.
Has the diminishment of one part of the First Amendment led to the squelching of another?
If Pope Francis wishes to identify institutions that breed conflict and poverty, he'd do better by turning his attention to states and big banks.
The seeking of the good of all does not require the violation of individual rights and interests.
The cause of the indifference, rage, and violence we're witnessing is the lack of any objective truth.
Francis Collins, a world-leading geneticist, says there need be no conflict between religion and science.
A memorable vignette Pope Francis is fond of reciting is nowhere in the novel he claims it to be.
You don’t have to be a Christian to appreciate the deceit in this canard. You just have to appreciate facts.
Gallup asked fifteen hundred Americans why they attend religious services. The responses might surprise you.
Is every human being in some sense a "believer"?
One in four Americans believe in aliens. Many of those who do are non-religious or atheists.
According to a recent WSJ report, Target Chief Executive Brian Cornell admitted to internal sources that the company handled the issue poorly.
Neil Gorsuch's credentials are impeccable, his character and judicial temperament unassailable, and his reputation among peers is sterling.
Turkey's referendum presents a choice between parliamentary democracy and legally institutionalizing single-man rule.
Do parents have a case for opposing Islam instruction in schools?
The problem with Christian culture is the same problem that our entire society faces: cultural illiteracy.
Over many centuries, Christian writers took scriptural ideals from Judaism and coupled them with Greco-Roman philosophical ideals of self-control.
In "The End of Ideology," Daniel Bell defined ‘ideology’ as “a set of beliefs... [that] seek to transform the whole of a way of a life."
University of Ottawa professor Jennifer A. Chandler pointed out that combining organ donation with euthanasia could be ethically problematic.
The FBI declined to be interviewed by 60 Minutes, providing just a terse, one-sentence reply.
Neil Gorsuch’s judicial philosophy, based heavily on natural law theory, was inspired by his intellectual mentor at Oxford University.
“Islamists want a Sharia compliant society,” Ayaan Hirsi Ali said. “Whoever is in their way is their enemy."
His answer was a bit confusing, but the response sheds light on an important philosophical dilemma of our age.
Hypocrites often fall into these three traps.
Philosopher Jesse Prinz has argued that empathy is prejudiced and leads to “moral myopia.”
In 1950, the CIA established a headquarters in Paris and employed an army of operatives to recruit anti-Marxist intellectuals.
“Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” A quick introduction to Ash Wednesday so you don’t embarrass yourself like I did.
On March 30, 1973, the 'Charlotte's Web' author wrote a beautiful note to a dispirited man who had last all faith in humanity.
According to Scruton, an education who truly respects a child will instill him with the values which have today become irrelevant.
Speech does hurt people’s feelings. But it isn’t the speech itself that’s toxic. It’s the people engaged in the discourse.
Americans cannot have both liberty and social justice.
Miss Manners' mistake is to confuse virtue with good manners.
Alexis de Tocqueville noticed an important difference during his travels in the 1830s.
Nietzsche wrote so much about love in 'Thus Spoke Zarathustra' that it could be renamed 'Thus Spoke Romeo.'
The story is ghastly enough, but the media has doubled the horror.
Trade between nations is good, as trade between people is good. But is free trade intrinsically good?
He had some frank remarks about the treatment of Muslim women.
Torture contributes to a downward spiral of retaliation into barbarism.
There has been much discourse on what responsibility Christians have to immigrants and refugees seeking new homes.
Recent research suggests that neither teachers nor students really understand what critical thinking is.
It has to do with the great irony between the words and actions of the Democrat party.
“Medical assistance in dying" could save Canada as much as $138.8 million annually.
Those leading the boycott may be suffering from what one author calls the Othello Principle: “The eye sees what the mind looks for.”
Rand sold more than 30 million books. Atlas Shrugged has been ranked behind only the Bible as an influence on readers’ lives.
Many solutions to the problem of evil – called ‘theodicies’ – have been proposed.
The concept of forgiveness constitutes one of the most essential fundamentals of the human relationship with God, in the Judaic tradition.
What’s he doing trying to study? Didn’t he realize he’s at a university?
Odysseus serves as an image of homo viator. Man on a journey. Travelling man. Man on a quest.
Interpreting fossils that aren’t there comes with its own peculiar challenges, but the gaps that haunt the record also tell a story.
The paradox is this: All that is radical must be rooted.
The herd mentality. The susceptibility to propaganda. The philistine disdain for higher ideals.
If we want our children to have a better education than we had will we have to train our children to educate themselves?
Hazing practices have a deep history and cross-cultural universality.
Scientists are close to finding out how to create eggs and sperm in a Petri dish.