Victory in Federal Court for Monks Threatened with Prison for Selling Caskets
Saint Joseph Abbey and Seminary
The monks of Saint Joseph Abbey have won again. On October 23, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit issued a decision stating that restricting the monks’ right to sell their handmade caskets was either unconstitutional or an abuse of power unauthorized by Louisiana law.
A Christian Vision for Kingdom Politics
Joshua D. Hawley, Philosophical Fragments
Eric Voegelin was a German-American émigré who wrote several volumes of high-toned philosophy in the 1950s which were read by approximately zero members of the American public—save a certain William F. Buckley, Jr.
Answering the Call to Creativity Through the Four Chapter Gospel
Art Lindsley, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
Answering the call to creativity requires a shift in the way we view the gospel and our role in transforming culture. The concept of the four-chapter gospel provides the framework for this change in our thinking.
Why the IRS Has Stopped Auditing Churches
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, Christianity Today
Decision on who can authorize investigations of churches that influence voters is frozen for foreseeable future.