Tag: Christianity
The Black Phone’s Christian Themes
The sleeper hit movie The Black Phone is a well crafted coming of age story within the horror genre
Remembering Desmond M. Tutu
The Judeo-Christian Origins of Liberty
What C.S. Lewis’s Screwtape Teaches Us About Politics
Pope Francis Film Promotes Tolerance but Flawed Thinking on Poverty
California Threatens Free Speech with AB-2943
Can Christians Serve in Bernie Sanders’s Amerika?
Review: The Promise, the Armenian Holocaust, and the Origins of Genocide
Michael John Novak, Jr. (1933 – 2017)
Review: Silence Explores Religious Liberty in Feudal Japan
Faith and Courage on Hacksaw Ridge
Can Christian Adherents of the Freedom Philosophy Support Trump?
Say No to Reparations: Remembering Slavery, Forgetting the Classical-Liberal Values that Abolished It
Oregon Judge Attacks Free Speech in Wake of Obergefell
The Avengers of Civil Society?
Another Urban Legend? The Middle Ages Were the “Dark Ages”
Authority and Easter
The Consummate Fallen Angel
On U.S. Foreign Policy
The 100th Anniversary of the Christmas Truce
If You Like Rights, Liberty, and Economic Opportunity, Celebrate Christmas
The Long Road Back from Torture
Never Forget
Gov. Brown Invokes Religion to Open the Border, but Path to Faith-based Schools Remains Closed
Why Hobby Lobby Is Not an Assault on Women

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