Historian Paul Johnson once observed that one of the most important qualities of a statesman is the capacity to make moral distinctions.
Joseph LoconteMarch 6, 2023
The Rise of Violent, Revolutionary Ideology in the 20th Century and its Christian Realist Tonic.
Eric PattersonNovember 2, 2022
Wishful Thinking Idealism, unlike Christian Realism, believes that everyone, even competition, is fundamentally reasonable.
Eric PattersonOctober 31, 2022
Political action, in the form of running for a school-board seat, is not the abdication of discipleship or a self-serving act to win the culture war.
Charles JacobiAugust 30, 2022
Christians ought to carefully think about Flag Day, both in terms of symbols and in terms of citizenship.
Eric Patterson & Abigail LindnerJune 14, 2022
Butterfield did not offer us Christian apologetics, but he did offer a Christian understanding of history far more appealing than Lewis’s dismissal of the project.
Mark TooleyJune 7, 2022
The world is watching as Beijing hosts the XXIV Winter Olympiad. There is something about the Olympics that elicits national pride. But is sport a form of patriotic action?
Eric Patterson & Abigail LindnerFebruary 3, 2022
How should we think about veterans and military service more generally? C.S. Lewis, a World War I veteran who was wounded in combat, provides some answers.
Eric Patterson & Abigail LindnerNovember 11, 2021
On June 14, Americans recognize Flag Day. It is not a holiday, but it is a day honoring the establishment of our nation’s most visible and moving symbol on June 14, 1777: the “Red, White, and Blue.”
Eric PattersonJune 14, 2021