The anti-Christian antics of certain pro-Ukrainian activist groups can sometimes make Putin seem a saint by comparison.
Steven TuckerMarch 27, 2023
Ronald Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech gave hope to the oppressed in the Soviet Union
Nina SheaMarch 10, 2023
Early last month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy triggered a firestorm of condemnation from many Very Online social media accounts, some…
Kennedy LeeJanuary 13, 2023
While religion was formally abolished under the USSR, under Putin it has been repressed.
Antonio GraceffoJanuary 11, 2023
When our own statue-toppling Western culture-warriors seek to empty our museums and metaphorically shoot busts of our own national heroes through the skull here at home, they should consider the implications. Revisionist culture-wars may one day prevent nations from defending themselves properly in real shooting-wars.
Steven TuckerDecember 12, 2022
For Orthodox Archpriest Alexander Novopashin, “Satanism” is really a synonym for entropy, or “the Evil that dissolves societies like a hydra with its many tentacles”.
Steven TuckerNovember 3, 2022
Two recently held major international conferences brought together thousands of religious freedom advocates and government officials to cooperate in taking concrete action to end religious persecution.
Eric PattersonAugust 9, 2022
Providence editors Mark Tooley and Marc LiVecche discuss Abigail Lindner and Eric Patterson’s article on G.K. Chesterton and war memorials, Lubomir Ondrasek’s piece on Czech leader Vaclav Havel’s warning against hatred, and Lee Trepanier’s counsel for how Russian Orthodoxy, lacking the Just War tradition, can oppose injustice with church teaching on personhood.
Marc LiVecche & Mark TooleyMay 27, 2022
While Orthodox Christianity lacks the historical tradition of just war theory to criticize war, it does have a theological resource it could draw upon to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: personhood.
Lee TrepanierMay 25, 2022