The Moral Divide Between Progressives and Traditionalists
James Kalb, Crisis Magazine
A recent account of moral sentiments, proposed by social psychologist Jonathan Haidt in his book, The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion (Pantheon, 2012), has attracted attention for its explanation of the difference between progressives and traditionalists.
MaterCare: One Doctor’s Courageous but Lonely Battle to Reduce Maternal Mortality
Susan E. Wills, Aleteia
Dr. Robert Walley is reducing maternal deaths in sub-Saharan Africa in ways that respect the dignity and rights of women.
Why It’s Wrong for Christians to Mistreat Creation
Justin Holcomb, Christanity.com
One reason Christians have been particularly weak in dealing with ecological issues and the deterioration of the natural environment is a misunderstanding of what it means to “have dominion” over creation.
Unschooling: the Future of Education?
Gracy Olmstead, The American Conservative
These questions of methodology are vitally important, as the next generation faces a daunting educational and career hurdle. Parents and children may need to bend, or even break, the customary ideals and stereotypes associated with a “good” education in order to succeed.