Rod Dreher

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Posts tagged “reformation”

An Age Of Reformation

A storm is coming. Prepare the arks

Posted November 1st, 2017

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

What’s Really At Stake

Campus craziness, LGBT militancy, and the deeper issues behind culture war battles

Posted June 9th, 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

Evangelicals And The Benedict Option

What resources do they have to root them against the anti-Christian cultural tsunami?

Posted February 9th, 2017

Lift High The Shoeboxes

Five hundred years after the Reformation, its time for crafts

Posted January 10th, 2017

The Religion Of Sex

We are living through a clash of religious visions: Christianity vs. the New Gnosticism

Posted July 1st, 2016

Tudor Farm & Charles Taylor

The transcendent frame of late medieval life

Posted February 5th, 2016

Rome, Reformation, & Right Now

Donald Trump: American Luther? American Caesar?

Posted January 29th, 2016

A Glimpse Of What We Have Lost

‘Tudor Monastery Farm’ recalls the sacramental tapestry of the pre-Reformation world

Posted January 27th, 2016

Pope To Commemorate Reformation

The inexplicable Pope Francis keeps rolling on

Posted January 26th, 2016

Benedict for Reformation People

Benedict Option conversations emerging among Evangelicals

Posted September 18th, 2015

The Counterfactual Game

If you could go into the past and change one major event, which would it be?

Posted August 4th, 2015

Don’t Blame the Reformation

The seeds of Western religious and philosophical unraveling were planted centuries earlier

Posted May 12th, 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

When Wahhabism Was Western

Reader Anastasia sends this fascinating blog post by Philip Jenkins, commenting  iconoclasm …

Posted July 22nd, 2014