Blog author: jcarter
by on Monday, October 7, 2013

The war on Christians
John L. Allen, Jr., The Spectator

The global persecution of Christians is the unreported catastrophe of our time.

Ancient monastery has few visitors amid Sinai unrest, but Bedouin neighbors protect it
William Booth, Washington Post

Thousands of years of tradition say the monastery built here marks the spot where Moses fell down on his knees before a burning bush and talked to God.

California’s New Feudalism Benefits a Few at the Expense of the Multitude
Joel Kotkin,

Like medieval serfs, increasing numbers of Californians are downwardly mobile, and doing worse than their parents: native born Latinos actually have shorter lifespans than their parents, according to one recent report.

Statecraft as Soulcraft: Liberal Democracy and the Christian Citizen
T. Kurt Jaros, Values & Capitalism

Francis J. Beckwith attempts to answer questions that Christians have regarding the role of religious beliefs in the public square.