Theological Extremism in a Secular Age
The war on terror took on a savage new face yesterday when two gunmen entered the headquarters of a French satirical newspaper known as Charlie Hebdo and opened fire, killing 12 people—10 people connected with the newspaper and two police officers.
America Divided: Positive vs. Natural Law
Shannon Holzer, The Imaginative Conservative
America is divided, with a line that is drawn between two ideological camps. Each of these two camps perceives America radically different from the other.
Did Vatican II Endorse Separation of Church and State?
Joseph G. Trabbic, Crisis Magazine
This year, 2015, marks fifty years since the close of the Second Vatican Council. Yet the “battle” for the Council, the battle for its authentic meaning, which began even before the bishops concluded their deliberations in 1965, continues still today.
Has Our Culture Forgotten the Importance of Being Made in the Image of God?
Hugh Whelchel , Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
Our culture has forgotten one of the bedrock ideas of western civilization originating from the Christian concept that men and women are made in the image of God.