“Getting to God” and Becoming Truly Human
Dylan Pahman, Everyday Asceticism
The phrase, “becoming truly human,” raises lots of questions. What is “true” humanity? What does the “becoming” look like? St. Ignatius suggests that true humanity and its becoming look like martyrdom: martyrdom for Jesus Christ, martyrdom to get to God, yes. But also martyrdom for the right to find and walk that path, martyrdom for religious freedom.
Will Churches Ever Be Allowed to Run Charter Schools?
Matt Barnum, The Atlantic
Some legal scholars say Trinity Lutheran v. Comer could forge a path toward more charter schools overseen by religious groups.
Free Markets are Revolutionary, Liberating, and Democratic
Matt Ridley, FEE
Markets and innovation are the creative-destructive forces that undermine, challenge and reshape corporations and public bureaucracies on behalf of consumers.
The Limits of ‘Made in America’ Economics
Annie Lowrey, The Atlantic
Trump’s widely-anticipated steel tariffs are likely to end up hurting the heartland.