Latest Posts

United Methodists Wearing A Millennial Evangelical Face

For a few years now, I have been puzzled by why Rachel Held Evans remains popular among many younger evangelicals and why the secular media finds her credible. I was struck by Evans’ recent CNN article “Why Millennials Are Leaving The Church.” When reading the post it becomes evident that Evans is not talking about the “holy catholic church,” but a narrow subculture of conservative American evangelicals. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 07.29.13

Streaming the Ancient Faith Wesley J. Smith, First Things When I tell people I am a convert to Eastern Orthodoxy, I often get a puzzled reaction. “Eastern Orthodoxy?” some will say. Continue Reading...

New York City’s No Vans Land

No Vans Land tells the inspiring story of a small business owner taking on New York’s City Hall. Hector came here from Jamaica for opportunity. But like too many others, he has been forced to constantly defend himself against government attempts to restrict his business and protect powerful interests. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 07.26.13

Freedom Is Good for You Ronald Bailey, Reason Science proves overwhelmingly that economic freedom helps women, children, and other living things. Metropolitan Hilarion believes that Western countries tend to dictatorship Interfax Modern Western states move to absolute dictatorship, head of the Department for External Church Relations of the Moscow Patriarchate Metropolitan Hilarion believes. Continue Reading...

6 Bad Arguments About Income Inequality

Earlier this week I claimed you rarely hear progressives argue that income inequality is a problem since for them it just is an injustice. But there’s another reason you rarely hear them make arguments about why income inequality is morally wrong: their actual arguments are terrible. Continue Reading...