The Lessons of the Hebrew Bible
Jonathan Sacks, Foreign Affairs
The Israelites of the Hebrew Bible never quite figured out how best to arrange human political affairs.
Will Supreme Court answer monks’ prayers?
George Will, Washington Post
Shortly before 123 million voters picked a president, 38 Louisiana monks moved the judiciary toward a decision that could change American governance more than most presidents do.
The Cry of the Martyrs Webcast
Family Research Council
Yesterday, FRC, along with Voice of Martyrs, had a webcast on the threats to religious liberty around the world. “The Cry of the Martyrs: The Threat to Religious Liberty Around the World” featured many experts speaking on religious persecution and how to fight the attacks against religion.
Are You Ready? A Biblical View of Ayn Rand’s Life and Work
David Kotter, Institute for Faith, Work & Economics
The Bible has significant areas of overlap with Rand’s Objectivist philosophy. Nevertheless, Rand’s mixture of capitalism, atheism, and misguided anthropology should give Christians pause before jumping completely on board.