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Faithfulness, not Freedom

One of the deepest sentimentalities of liberalism is the presumption that you can have children without having them suffer for their convictions. People ...


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The Faithful Gets Doctrinal

We live out interesting paradoxes. We announce blatantly to the world that we have answers to the human sickness. Then we press for lifestyle conformity ...


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Right and Wrong Inescapable

The effects of virtue-free social policy have been devastating--but we don't seem quite ready to accept the alternative. Few politicians are comfortable ...


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Calling Good Bad, Bad Good

In the mass-media age, journalism is more than the transmission of neutral information: It traffics in the kind of information and spectacle calculated ...


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Intolerant Tolerance

Liberals are always for the inclusion of every possible point of view except those points of view that do not include every possible point of view.


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Perilous Folly

The Marxist promise that utopia will follow the abolition of private property is merely one of the more naive versions of the Enlightenment's secular ...


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Converted Liberalism

I have come to the reluctant conclusion that what we liberals believe, and the way we believe it, is incompatible with the Gospel. Contra most liberal ...


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A Different Path to Freedom

If we or the world could be saved through human kindness or clear thinking, Jesus either would have formed a sensitivity group and urged us to share our ...


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Freedom Gone Wrong

Self-fulfillment soon grows into a quest for self-indulgence with a vocabulary of I, Me, Mine and self-indulgence, in turn, soon becomes unbridled. The ...


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From Parent to Inlaw to Outlaw

Popular education once recognized Christianity as its mother, yet the academic world has somehow come to treat supernatural religion as a disaffected ...


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