Religion & Other Curiosities
Beheadings and Transgender Bathrooms
As in virtually all items that have become issues in the culture war, protagonists on both sides are absolutely convinced of the rightness of their ideology and the wickedness of anyone who doubts this.
Pope Francis Drops the Other Shoe
Amoris Laetitia is a splendid, even poetic invocation of the human wonder of family life, of the love of spouses, and between parents and children.
Suits, Slobs, and the New Class System
A new caste has emerged in America, constituting an elite that spans the divide between the two parties. The two party establishments resemble each other much more than their respective non-elite bases.
Who Is an Evangelical?
There can be no doubt that the Evangelical community is an important factor on the religious landscape of the United States. But how should we define it?
Darkness and Light at Idomeni
In a time of crisis, quite a few people suddenly and surprisingly perform admirable acts of compassion, often at considerable cost and risk to themselves.
The Obama Doctrine: Responses Dilemmas of Power
A great power cannot retain credibility if it first speaks like Churchill then acts like Chamberlain.