Rod Dreher

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Posts tagged “Protestantism”

The Reformation At 500

Perspectives on a milestone in the dissolution of the West’s unity

Posted October 31st, 2017

The Reformation & An Ecumenism Of Indifference

Catholic Archdiocese of Brussels welcomes Protestant celebration of Reformation in cathedral

Posted October 30th, 2017

Does Germany Still Care About Luther?

At the 500th anniversary year of the Reformation, Luther’s homeland has turned its back on him

Posted March 28th, 2017

Protestant ‘Low-Grade Civil War’

Where do Evangelicals turn when post-Christian America’s contradictions tear them apart?

Posted March 11th, 2017

What’s the ‘Laurus’ Of The Protestants

And: What’s the Protestant ‘Power And The Glory’?

Posted June 2nd, 2016

Growing Up With Sensual Religion

How the way we worshiped as a child orients us aesthetically towards the world

Posted April 29th, 2016

What It Takes For Faith To Survive

Lessons from failure in a time of trial

Posted March 2nd, 2016

Social Gospel Über Alles

History will rule the death of Christianity in the West a suicide. What about those who want to live?

Posted December 26th, 2015

An English Benedict Option

The Community of Nazareth begins at London’s Ealing Abbey

Posted December 24th, 2015

Standing Up for ‘Hermeneutical Democracy’

‘The ultimate authority in Protestantism isn’t the Bible, it’s the individual conscience,’ says Protestant

Posted December 1st, 2015

‘He Has Lifted Up the Lowly’

Seeing holiness with the eye of faith

Posted October 26th, 2015

Mysteries of Religious Authority

Three questions suggested by recent events

Posted October 19th, 2015

Birthright for Christians

An idea to help Christian adult Americans deepen their roots

Posted May 30th, 2015

Hope, Optimism, and Magical Thinking

Baghdad Bob and the Benedict Option

Posted May 26th, 2015

The Modernism of (Some) Religious Conservatism

Fundamentalist Christians don’t know how modernist they are

Posted May 25th, 2015

‘Just a Hardened, Cynical Rejection’

A dispatch from post-Christian America

Posted May 20th, 2015

Christian Radicals, Seeing to the Roots

The unwinding of Christian culture began not in the 1960s or the 1780s, but in the 1300s

Posted May 11th, 2015