Paul On Providence And Predestination
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute
Augustine’s Mistake (or we could say ‘Calvin’s Confusion’) is one of the deepest and most tragic blunders in the history of theology.
Peonage for the Twenty-First Century
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse
The Common Core exists only because we have forgotten that parents have a right to educate their children. The state has no educational authority of its own apart from what parents delegate to it.
Discrimination Against Christians?
Grégor Puppinck, First Things
In our subjectivist culture, populated with supposed irrational subjects, individual conscience has lost its authority, so much that the positive law would be the only admissible and workable objective social norm: the “single thought.”
The Global War on Christians
Rev. Dwight Longenecker, Crisis Magazine
Most of us would assume the persecution of Christians these days is mainly a problem of radical Muslims. While extremist Muslims do persecute Christians, it is also the case that extremist Hindus, radical Buddhists and members of bizarre religious sects attack Christians.