Welcome to the Mental Ward
Anthony Esolen, Crisis
Chesterton once wrote that the madman is not the fellow who has lost his reason, but the fellow who has lost everything but his reason
Pope Francis on the True Meaning of Poverty
Samuel Gregg, Acton Institute
For Christians, indifference in the face of such disparities is not optional. But in understanding Francis’s words about poverty, we should remember the pope is an orthodox Catholic.
Ethnic leaders affirm value of Southern Baptist diversity
Erin Roach, Baptist Press
Southern Baptists of all ethnicities must join together to reach an ever-diversifying nation and the world for Christ, leaders from three ethnic advisory councils said during a panel discussion in Houston.
Euphemisms: The Modus Operandi of Death Rights Advocates
Adam J. MacLeod, Public Discourse
Death rights advocates can only win supporters by calling the act of killing something else.