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Samuel Gregg on ‘Exorcising Latin America’s Demons’

Venezuela has been at the top of the news lately because of violnent demonstrations and government abuses (for background on the situation in Venezuela, check out Joe Carter’s post). Director of research at Acton, Samuel Gregg, has written a special report at The American Spectator commentating on Venezuela as well as Latin America as a whole: Given Venezuela’s ongoing meltdown and the visible decline in the fortunes of Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner, one thing has become clear. Continue Reading...

‘As Long As I’m A Good Person’

“It doesn’t matter what I believe…as long as I’m a good person.” How many times have you heard that? As our society trends more and more to the secular, this type of thing becomes more common. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 02.28.14

Quality Education is Not Rocket Science Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine Every week it seems I receive three or four letters from people who are establishing new schools or reforming old ones. Continue Reading...

A Christian Defense of Fracking

Fracking is a slang term for hydraulic fracturing, a procedure of creating fractures in rocks and rock formations by injecting fluid into cracks to force them further open. The larger fissures allow more oil and gas to flow out of the formation and into the wellbore, from where it can be extracted. Continue Reading...

Thidwick the Big-Hearted and Slow-Witted

Dr. Seuss is renowned for his insights into human nature and development, along with an ability to communicate these insights in a way that is so straightforwardly simple that children can grasp the lesson immediately and intuitively. Continue Reading...

Why Should Baptists Care About Economic Theories?

In a review of Flourishing Faith, Chad Brand’s Baptist primer on faith, work, and economics, pastor David Daniels summarizes the why behind the what: But why should Baptists care about political economic theories anyway – especially over-burdened, time-starved pastors? Continue Reading...