Where Is the Virtue?
Anthony Esolen, Public Discourse
Our culture has become soft. We suppose that sex is too trivial to require virtue, yet we also believe it is so significant that to suggest any restraint upon its consensual exercise is an affront to the most important fount of human dignity.
St. John Fisher, Marriage, and Moral Absolutes
Samuel Gregg, Crisis Magazine
In his October 2013 article on the question of communion for divorced and civilly remarried Catholics, Cardinal Gerhard Müller underscored that the Catholic Church had risked much to uphold Christ’s teaching regarding true marriage’s indissolubility.
How To Understand True And Faux Liberalism
David Corbin and Matt Parks, The Federalist
Who are the true heirs of Madison and Jefferson?
How the Protestant Work Ethic Became the Atheist Work Ethic
Hugh Whelchel, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
A new study published in the Journal of Institutional Economics, shows an inverse relationship between the religiosity of a state’s population and its “productive entrepreneurship.” In other words, the less religious a state’s population, the more likely it is to have a healthy economy.