Conscience Freedoms Denied by Liberal Courts
Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine
Two recent court cases illustrate the incoherence and remarkable intolerance of “liberal” views regarding conscience.
While the World Watched: Carolyn Maull McKinstry and the Birmingham Bombings
Timothy George, First Things
It was gray and overcast on Sunday morning, September 15, 1963. Some rain had fallen in the night, but no one knew that the heavens would weep again before the day was done.
Australia has ditched an incompetent Anglican for a Roman Catholic of promise
Archbishop Cranmer, Cranmer
Not even casting his vote in St Paul’s Anglican Church, Brisbane, could save the dishonoured and dishonourable Kevin Rudd from the wrath of the people – the ultimate judgment in the democratic fray.
At Houston lecture, Scalia explores Christian virtues and economic systems
Cindy George, Houston Chronicle
“While I would not argue that capitalism as an economic system is inherently more Christian than socialism … it does seem to me that capitalism is more dependent on Christianity than socialism is.”