Memorial Day should remind us of a debt that we, as citizens, owe to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice, and it is a call to action to appropriately honor those who have served in the armed forces.
Eric PattersonMay 31, 2021
Most critiques of Christian nationalism seem sweepingly to deride all reference to God relating to country.
Mark TooleyDecember 22, 2020
General Frederick Kroesen, veteran of three wars and survivor of an assassination attempt, died last week, age 97. Six years…
Mark TooleyMay 25, 2020
Memorial Day is the right time to reflect on the costs of war and why they are sometimes worth paying.
Marc LiVeccheMay 25, 2020
Cosmopolitanism can be a particularly pernicious temptation because it invites us to love the idealized reality of humanity above our actual flesh and blood neighbors who live next door.
Daniel StrandMay 29, 2018
We all live under debt.
Marc LiVeccheMay 30, 2016
Reflections on how people choose to spend Memorial Day and how this relates to Christian pacifism.
Marc LiVeccheMay 29, 2015
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