Rod Dreher

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Posts in category “Christianity”

Come Quickly, Thermidor

The threat the Loony Cultural Left poses to liberals — and to us all

Posted January 28th, 2015

Thinking, and the Big Divide

On learning to be and to see, despite the dragonish validity of modernity

Posted January 28th, 2015

Gay Bob & Christian Bob

A Rorschach test on tolerance and empathy

Posted January 26th, 2015

Francis: Pope of the End Times?

Why does Pope Francis keep telling people to read a novel about the Apocalypse?

Posted January 26th, 2015

Worship Well or Die

Why worship matters more than many contemporary church leaders think it does

Posted January 26th, 2015

Good for You, Catholic Church

A catechetical bus trip — with a Nashville Dominican too

Posted January 24th, 2015

Methodist ‘Human Rights’ Leader Mocks Pro-Lifers

Some humans deserve more rights than others, it appears

Posted January 23rd, 2015

‘There Is No Justice’

Alexander Solzhenitsyn speaks to a suffering California teenager

Posted January 23rd, 2015

Who is Tom Smolich?

What the head of the US Jesuits did — and did not do — in California

Posted January 22nd, 2015

How To Be A Gay Jesuit

Father Chris is caught going to a Gay Pride parade. What’s next for him as a Jesuit, according to the Jesuits?

Posted January 22nd, 2015

Shouting with a Still, Small Voice

Gregory Wolfe on contemporary Catholic literature and its discontented critics

Posted January 21st, 2015

Wired for Weirdness? Not If We Can Help It

If our young people have little capacity for awe, it’s because we have forced it out of them, says commenter

Posted January 19th, 2015

Making Christianity Weird Again

Catechesis has failed. Time for something new. How about embracing the weird?

Posted January 18th, 2015

The Joy of Wichita

A bookstore that seeds a lively culture

Posted January 18th, 2015

The End of American Civic Christianity

A First Things colloquium takes measure of America’s emerging post-Christian social and legal order

Posted January 16th, 2015

The Orthodox Dante

Why does the greatest Catholic literary work seem so Orthodox to this modern reader?

Posted January 15th, 2015

NYT: ‘Je Suis Charlie Hebdo Homo’

The New York Times’ fight against anti-gay thoughtcrime illuminates the stakes and the sides in post-Charlie free speech controversy

Posted January 13th, 2015