The Danger of Disregarding Natural Law in Orthodox Christian Theology
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Preachers Institute
Popular morality in current American culture is heavily in debt to both the Nominalism of the Late Middle Ages and the Voluntarism of the Enlightenment. Since I regard this debt as deplorable, it might be good to begin with a brief explanation of these terms.
To My Fellow Millennials: Christian Persecution is a Social Justice Issue
Chelsen Vicari , Christian Post
Among Millennials, the term “persecution” is a dirty word when applied to Christians. Society continues to paint Christians as “clamoring and crying” over nothing when we decry discrimination targeted our way.
Boko Haram and the Kidnapped Schoolgirls
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Wall Street Journal
The Nigerian terror group reflects the general Islamist hatred of women’s rights. When will the West wake up?
The Dignity of Chickens and the Character of God
Joe Carter, Acton Institute
If a poll were taken on the question of which group has the most care and concern for the welfare of animals, Christians—whether Catholic, Orthodox, evangelical, etc.—would invariably be near the bottom of the list. How did we lose our status as stewards of creation?