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The Benedict Option and Its Reviewers

Rod’s forthcoming book, The Benedict Option, is beginning to attract some considerable press attention. The Wall Street Journal has recently featured the book as part of a profile of the Clear Creek Catholics in rural Oklahoma. (I visited them last summer...

/ February 23, 2017
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Progressives, Harry Potter, and Little Platoons

We’re pleased to publish this guest feature by Bart Gingerich. Why do progressives like Harry Potter? Ever since the election of Donald Trump, the left has been regularly referencing to JK Rowling’s popular books in order to rally the opposition...

/ February 22, 2017
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Mere Fidelity: The Fractured Republic, with Yuval Levin

We are thrilled to have Yuval Levin join us to discuss his important book The Fractured Republic: Renewing America’s Social Contract in an Age of Individualism. Levin is widely regarded as one of the brightest conservative thinkers working today. He helped found both...

/ February 21, 2017
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Forget Milo. Roger Scruton Can Make CPAC Great Again

We are pleased to publish this guest feature by Bryan Baise. On Monday, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) rescinded their invitation to Milo Yiannopoulos after a video recording emerged which many interpreted to be a defense of pedophilia. Milo has...

/ February 21, 2017
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Mere Fidelity: Reviving the Worship Wars

In this episode of Mere Fidelity, we decide it’s time to revive the worship wars. If you like the show, please do leave us a review on iTunes. We are also available on Google Play. If you’re interested in supporting...

/ February 15, 2017
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Attending to the Language: Trump and the GOP Leadership

In one of his books Christopher Hitchens advised his readers to always attend to the language used by the people they are studying or covering. The way the person uses language will often tell you things far more important than...

/ February 13, 2017

Reviewing Radicalism: When Reform Becomes Revolution

In 2017, many Protestants will observe the 500th anniversary of their revolution—or at least of its most celebrated image: the promulgation of Luther’s Ninety-five Theses. Though inevitably drowned out by triumphalism, some such observances will be understandably ambivalent about the...

/ February 10, 2017
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Evangelicals and the Loss of Prophetic Imagination

I’m pleased to publish this guest post by Sharon Hodde Miller. This year has changed me. I say this in all earnestness and with no dramatic intent, but this year really has changed me. I am not the same person...

/ February 9, 2017
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Climate change is political and there’s nothing wrong with that.

Donald Trump was sworn in as President at noon on Friday, January 20th. Within an hour, all references to climate change had been removed from the White House website. He has stacked key positions with outspoken climate change deniers, and...

/ February 8, 2017
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The 10 Commandments are the Foundation for Protestant Ethics

This guest post is written by Dr. Eric Hutchinson, professor of Classics at Hillsdale College. First, by way of introduction: a delightful scene from Whit Stillman’s recent movie Love and Friendship, in which Sir James Martin attempts to have an...

/ February 7, 2017