Rather than taking each other’s strongest arguments, people arguing over Catholic Integralism often defeat straw men or completely dodge arguments. This does not advance the conversation so that learning and mutual edification may occur.
Daniel StrandJuly 10, 2020
Simply being good in order to do good is not enough. That is true. But simply being skilled—to have what Machiavelli calls virtú (as opposed to virtue)—in order to do good is also not enough.
Bryan T. McGrawMay 14, 2020
What the coronavirus has revealed is not so much a new reality but the fault lines of an already existing clash that was bound to occur.
Daniel StrandApril 8, 2020
Like many, my reaction to the killing of Iran’s Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani has been an admixture of satisfaction and apprehension.
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 10, 2020
In Providence’s latest newsletter, Mark Melton reflects on George H.W. Bush, his bipartisan friendship with Bill Clinton, and lessons for a highly partisan America today.
Mark MeltonDecember 10, 2018
If Brooks and others who are deeply unnerved by Trump aren’t careful, their warnings of destruction and doom can actually feed the fires of doom and gloom.
Daniel StrandAugust 3, 2018
The choice is not between open borders or Birkenau. The choice which lies before us is whether or not we will make a government which reflects the divine justice for which government exists.
Drew GriffinJuly 6, 2018
Reflecting on Israel at its seventieth anniversary, I wonder why Reformed Christians, or Calvinists as they are sometimes called, are more reluctant and timid about their views on Israel.
Daniel StrandMay 17, 2018
Video links to the presentations from the 2nd day of the Providence conference reflecting on the intersection of Christian intelligence and foreign policy
The EditorsOctober 23, 2017
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