Perpetually grouchy British conservative commentator Peter Hitchens, Christian brother to the late atheist (and more optimistic) journalist Christopher Hitchens, in…
Mark TooleyFebruary 23, 2018
The new film Darkest Hour about Churchill’s tense first days as premier movingly portrays how the fortitude of the common…
Mark TooleyDecember 24, 2017
This essay, written by Lynn Harold Hough for Christianity and Crisis on October 19, 1942, praises the quiet strength and steely courage of the British people throughout World War Two.
Christianity & Crisis MagazineOctober 13, 2017
Churchill’s painting of Athens conveyed his hopes to Chancellor Adenauer that democracy could arise from the ruins of defeated and war-ravaged Germany.
Mark TooleyOctober 13, 2017
Fans of Downton Abby will appreciate that Hugh Bonneville (i.e., Lord Grantham) portrays another aristocrat, Lord Mountbatten, in the new film…
Mark TooleyOctober 5, 2017
Aggression was decisively and instructively defeated before a watching world during the Falklands War. But there’s a warning embedded in the success story.
Mark TooleyAugust 5, 2017
After the UK general election this month, reactions to a Tory minority government with DUP support and Tim Farron’s privately-held Christian beliefs reveal religious intolerance in British politics.
Matthew AllenJune 20, 2017
Nicholas, 14th Lord Fairfax of Cameron, spoke to an attentive Fairfax City audience on Brexit and Britain’s special relationship with America.
Mark TooleyJune 16, 2017
Despite Labour being the only party to gain a significant number of seats in the UK general election yesterday, they remain only the second-largest party in the Parliament.
Matthew AllenJune 9, 2017
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