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PowerLinks 01.22.19

I ‘Left’ the Global Poor to Serve the Global Poor Greg Phelan, TGC To serve the poor, we need experts in poverty intervention. But that’s not all we need. Four Facts About the Economic Well-Being of Black Men in America Institute for Family Studies Black men who frequently attended church services at a young age are more likely to reach the middle class or higher in their fifties. Continue Reading...

The demonization of the Covington Catholic school boys

Sadly, it is becoming increasingly challenging to hold and freely express unpopular or unconventional ideas in the United States. If possible legal sanctions are not yet a reality, the social environment is increasingly hostile toward those who dare not pray according to the gospel of political correctness. Continue Reading...

5 facts about Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today Americans observe a U.S. federal holiday marking the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is around the time of King’s birthday, January 15. Continue Reading...

PowerLinks 01.21.19

Religious liberty and education: An update on the Wunderlich family Casey B. Hough, ERLC In recent years, the Wunderlich family has moved throughout Europe in search of the freedom to educate their children in the context of their home per their religious convictions. Continue Reading...

Europe’s most pressing problem

“Most urgently of all,” asked George Weigel in The Cube and the Cathedral, “why is Europe committing demographic suicide?” Weigel’s book was published almost fifteen years ago, but his question on Europe’s infertility is as urgent as ever—even more urgent now, in fact. Continue Reading...

C.S. Lewis on the cardinal virtues

Christian thinkers have divided virtue into seven categories: four Cardinal virtues—which all civilized people recognize—and three Theological virtues—which, as a rule, only Christians know about. In this video, which illustrates a section of Mere Christianity, Lewis looks at the four Cardinal virtues: prudence, temperance, justice, and fortitude. Continue Reading...