Holocaust

Refuge for the Persecuted

May God always protect the prosecuted and the countries that give them asylum.

Shielding the Nation?

Dictators dishonor and corrupt, if not ruin their nations.

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To Remember is an Action Verb

Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. Among much else, it reminds us that the distinction between good and evil–the ability to make it–is essential to human flourishing.

Horseshoe Theory is Now Reality

Since the end of WWII, support for Israel has been a shared consensus on the center-left and right

A Tale of Two Vladimirs

Vladimir Putin was not born to be a dictator, but rather made a series of free choices through adulthood that led him to evil

The Holocaust, Hamas, and a Post-Christian West

The decline of Christian culture in the West has implications beyond Christians themselves

What Has Israel to Do with Ukraine?

Ukraine and Israel may seem as disparate as two nations could be, but their history is indelibly linked

Golda Meir: Israel’s Matriarch

Who was Golda Meir, Israel’s first and only female leader?

Review of Michael Hesemann’s The Pope and The Holocaust

The historical reputation of Pope Pius XII and his role in the Second World War have been disputed with passionate and often angry conviction since almost the time of his death.

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