Mysteries like Inspector Morse remind us of lost Eden.
They just don’t make leftists like they used to.
Simplifying situations into their component parts under constraints can help make sense of impossible complexities.
Should Christians vote their own interest—or that of their neighbor?
Gut instincts don’t have a great track record of endowing moral worth upon the weak and the vulnerable.
Damon Linker wants credit for his feelings about abortion without the burden of opposing it.
#unplannedparenthood testifies to a thankfulness for life that escapes The Atlantic
Our moral codes must not obscure the personhood of those around us.
C.S. Lewis, Brendan Eich, and the societal imperative to “cure” wrongthink
Toleration has always been difficult; how can it be preserved today?
The hypersexualization of culture spreads all the way to reviews of meditations on the mind.
How every opinion stated on social media about Supreme Court decisions can be clearly derived
Teaching bankers happiness with W.H. Auden
Gazza’s tears and elegant long pass instructed an American in “the beautiful game.”
A Benedict Option would work in the world close at hand, building an improvisatory, small-scale, local, fragile culture.
When professors politicize public universities, it’s hard not to expect politicians to respond in kind.