• Toward a Deeper Discussion about Diversity

    Diversity is complex—much more so than our popular treatment of the subject suggests. Shallow thinking about diversity lends itself to a number of fallacies. If we desire a fruitful conversation about diversity, we first need to recognize—and reckon with—this complexity. In... Read more
  • Friday Funny: Man Beginning To Suspect Church Just Wanted Him For His Softball Skills

    ROLLING HILLS, KS—Grace Baptist Church’s evangelism team faithfully reaches out to their community and preaches the gospel to anyone and everyone who will listen—but the team’s members say they felt a particular, specific burden to pursue local softball prodigy Grayson Ellis, 27. After... Read more
  • The Hyde Amendment Has Saved 2 Million Lives. Democrats Want To Kill It

    On September 30 America celebrates 40 years of the Hyde Amendment, which prevents federal funding for abortion. As a result of this law, more than 2 million Americans are alive today. Exactly one week ago, I, along with abortion survivor Gianna Jessen and Genevieve Plaster from the Charlotte... Read more
  • How Holocaust Denial Has Changed

    The Holocaust historian whose real-life experience inspired the new movie Denial discusses how today's world fosters conspiracy theorists If you want evidence that Holocaust denial remains an active problem, says historian Deborah E. Lipstadt, just check out the YouTube comments on the... Read more
  • The Little Catechism of The Little Flower

    St. Paul states that the greatest of all virtues is love. The Angelic Doctor,  St. Thomas  Aquinas,  said that “Charity is the queen of all virtues.” The Mystical Doctor, St. John of the Cross, taught that “in the twilight of our existence we will be judged on love.” Finally, the... Read more
  • Why Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton aren’t fighting the culture wars

    The most momentous thing about Monday night's presidential debate wasn't anything Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton said. It's what they didn't say. Not a word was spoken about abortion, same-sex marriage, religious freedom, "family values," or any other issue championed by the religious right... Read more
  • For Sufferers’ Sake, Explore The Hidden Side Of Suicide

    It’s hard for many of us to empathize with those who contemplate taking their own life, to imagine the state of mind and spirit someone must be in to take such a drastic step to end his suffering. But for those between the ages of 15 and 44, suicide is the third leading cause of death. Among... Read more
  • THE CONSERVATIVE LAWYERS VERSUS THE NEVER TRUMPERS

    Just a month ago, in a harbinger of things to come, the conservative side lost in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and almost no one seemed to notice. It was one of those cases in which the expansive powers of the administrative state come into possible conflict with the moral logic of the... Read more
  • How Christianity Created the Free Society

    While many Christians have undermined human liberty, a new book of essays shows just how much of our contemporary freedom we owe to the Christian church, Christian thinkers, and Christian practice rather than liberals and liberalism. In many books that trace the development of... Read more
  • We’re Euthanizing Minors and Chemically Castrating 8-Year-Olds: Child Sacrifice Returns to the West

    This weekend’s report that Belgium has euthanized its first terminally ill child marks a watershed in the West: the overt return of human child sacrifice to our culture’s religious rituals. We have crossed a chasm. The medical execution of a sick Belgian child, and the bizarre,... Read more