Social science and the evidence for virtue

“Christians have nothing to fear and everything to gain from good social science,” says Paul D. Miller. “It provides a way to talk normatively about human flourishing in terms that are intelligible, legitimate, and persuasive to those outside the community of faith.” How can Christians make arguments that are persuasive to those who do not share their most basic presuppositions? Continue Reading...

Populism vs. capitalism: The myth of the market as a ‘tool’

Tucker Carlson’s recent rant on the corrosive grip of cultural elites and pro-market conservatism has led to a bounty of intra-movement debate and introspection, ranging from loud “amens!” to loud “nay, nevers!” to critiques of resentful populism to more nuanced efforts to weigh and reconcile the legitimate tensions at play. Continue Reading...

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