A life’s fading days are every bit as authentic as its strongest.
We are becoming habituated to making the nuclear option the first option.
Rational behavior becomes dangerous when one is surrounded by the irrational.
The forced globalization of the West discredited liberalism, and the populist-nationalist reaction has arrived.
Does caring for each other in suffering only fulfill the marital bonds within a religious framework?
Amidst Catholic-Protestant tensions that persisted in the 1960s, Melbourne dedicated a garden to JFK.
The Wheaton College conflict cannot be abstracted away from the real humans involved
MORE IN Culture
Will immigration demolish in decades a nation built over centuries?
The repetition in the franchise isn’t a bug—it’s a feature of Western storytelling.
A drop in right-identifying faculty doesn’t prove a rise in academic bias.
Will mandates requiring causes to disclose donors silence free speech?
Social media takes hostages on behalf of the reactive now.
It is no victory to prevent the rule of fanatics by transferring power to philistines.
From Star Wars to The Lord of the Rings and beyond, victory does not always belong to the powerful.
How contemporary poets have lost touch with the permanent things—but might find their way home.
Reading Foucault and de Caussade into an Advent carol of relief over reform
To forgive prisoners is divine—or as close as government gets.