The Joy of Orthodox Pascha
Wesley J. Smith, First Things
One spring, a few years before I converted to Eastern Orthodoxy, my wife and I vacationed in Greece. On the plane we became friendly with a happy elderly Greek-American gentleman who told us excitedly that he was on a pilgrimage to the Holy Mountain (the monastic polity of Mount Athos) for Pascha.
Easter and ethics: How the resurrection reshapes the Christian life
Phillip Bethancourt, ERLC
What is the relationship between Easter and ethics? How does the crucifixion shape the Christian life? How does the resurrection reorient our moral intuitions?
Ten Welfare-Reform Lessons
Robert Doar, National Review
Make no mistake about it: My fellow city workers and I were bureaucrats. But we were bureaucrats on a mission to bring the principles of the 1996 federal welfare-reform legislation to New York City in a way that would help poor New Yorkers improve their station in life.
The State Of Our Religious Liberty Is Confusing
Peter Lawler, The Federalist
Liberty from government is not just for unencumbered.