A documentary explores the consequences of our new way of war.
To exercise real oversight, our representatives must take ownership of foreign entanglements.
The Law Of Merited Possibility covers plural marriage too
Barronnelle Stutzman and the cost of discipleship
The Wall Street Journal goes to rural Oklahoma in search of Christian community
The ‘Favored Quarters’ of Southern California have shifted over the years, but remain central to the region’s development.
Preserving the Western tradition through the Age of Trump and his enemies
Court helps spiteful gay couple destroy gentle Baptist granny’s livelihood
The most powerful man in the world cannot stop thinking about his reflection in the media mirror
I can scarcely blame Harward for not wanting the job, but by all accounts he would have been a marked improvement over Flynn.
A presidential commission led by Robert Kennedy Jr. could raise uncomfortable questions about the incentives driving vaccination recommendations.
Narcissistic Christians turning Lent into yet another opportunity to Celebrate Diversity™
Demographically speaking, it doesn’t seem to make sense.
U.S. support for the indefensible war on Yemen is an ongoing disgrace and an enduring blot on our country’s reputation.
Faith in the Bible alone is not enough to defend Christianity today, says Evangelical leader
“Salad bowls” are historically common and entirely consistent with human nature.
It is likely that this coalition would become a vehicle for launching attacks on neighbors in the name of “opposing” Iranian influence where it is already negligible.
That prospect, and the do-nothing GOP Congress, reveal extraordinary institutional weakness
As his friend Ronald Reagan might have put it, “Not bad, Bill, not bad at all.”
Economic stresses and changes are tearing apart the social fabric
This makes the U.S. position even more lopsidedly in favor of Israel than it was before.
A seminarian writes to ask, ‘What should we do for the Benedict Option?’
With Trump’s attention elsewhere, the defense establishment seems set on sending more troops there.
Do we await a new — and quite different — Gerald Ford?
Democrats would do well to recall what happened the last time they rode the tiger of social revolution.
Does the president really want to continue funding America’s culture-war mercenaries abroad?
Trump is hardly the first to face speculations of mental illness.