There is No Perfect Fuel

When it comes to energy policy, there is no perfect fuel. But in these debates, as elsewhere, the imaginary perfect fuel cannot become the enemy of the good. And for the first time in recent memory, this means that nuclear energy, by all accounts a good alternative for the scale of demand we face, might be getting a seat at the table. Continue Reading...

Join us for the launch of Acton on Tap

Politics, Liberty, BeerThose of you within striking distance of West Michigan won’t want to miss the inaugural Acton on Tap, a casual and fun night out on Feb. 25 to discuss important and timely ideas with friends. Continue Reading...

Acton Lecture Series: Does Capitalism Destroy Culture?

Topic: Does Capitalism Destroy Culture? A talk by Michael Miller. When: Thursday, February 18, 2010. 11:45 a.m. Registration; 12:00 p.m. — 1:30 p.m. Lunch & Lecture Cost: $15 Admission $5 Students (including lunch) Where: Water’s Building — 161 Ottawa Ave, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 Map it. Continue Reading...

NIV Stewardship Study Bible Guided Tour

Discover God’s design for life, the environment, finances, and eternity. This NIV Stewardship Study Bible trailer provides a 30,000 foot view of the rich resources found within this study Bible. Whether you are pastor, deacon, elder, financial planner, development director, ministry leader, fundraising consultant … or simply someone interested in becoming a better steward of the resources entrusted to you by God, you might want to check out this video! Continue Reading...

The Professorial Struggle

Ideas have consequences. Says Paul Tillich in 1967: The anti-religious attitude of almost half of present-day mankind is rooted in this seemingly professiorial struggle between Hegel, Feuerbach, and Marx, with both of the latter coming from Hegel. Continue Reading...

‘Freedom comes before equality’

That’s the refreshing and surprisingly accurate headline attributed by The Guardian to Pope Benedict’s address to the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales in Rome for their ad limina visit, which all bishops are required to make every five years. Continue Reading...