Yesterday, Washington Post reporter Sarah Pulliam Bailey published a very interesting piece on how policymakers, ethicists, and religious leaders are thinking through the apparent dilemma of practicing extreme measures to […]
Even before the Supreme Court exercised raw judicial power and wrongly redefined marriage, social conservatives predicted that removing the conjugal (or complementary) basis of marriage would leave marriage open to further redefinition. Their warnings were met with scorn by progressives, who believed that conservative fears were unfounded.
On May 15, The Gospel Coalition published a very good essay by Neil Shenvi and Pat Sawyer arguing that critical theory is incompatible with Christianity. Considering the level of confusion […]
Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported on a new piece of weaponry that the United States military has developed. The sophistication of the new missile—the R9X—is breathtaking. In short, […]
One of the rules of modern discourse is to keep God, or religious-based argument, out of the arena of politics. Because we’re a country conditioned by an ahistorical interpretation of […]
A book on natural law and religious liberty that I am reading for an academic colloquium I am participating in is bringing to the forefront of my mind the uniqueness […]