The Conservative Mind at 60: Russell Kirk’s Unwritten Constitutionalism
Gerald Russello, The Imaginative Conservative
The written constitution is simply a law ordained by the nation or people instituting and organizing the government; the unwritten constitution is the real or actual constitution of the people as a state or sovereign community, and constituting them such or such a state.
Naturalizing “Shalom”: Confessions of a Kuyperian Secularist
James K. A. Smith, Comment
How I discovered I could long for justice in both this world and the next.
Three Reasons Freedom of Religion Matters
Tom Gilson, Thinking Christian
Freedom of religion differs from other freedoms in at least three fundamental aspects.
Discovering Your Personal Vision
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
It is important to remember that jobs and careers come and go. Your calling—your God-appointed mission in life—stays constant throughout your life because it is a reflection of who God has made you to be.