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Carl Olson
Conventional wisdom now holds that faith is unreasonable. The fashionable thinker dismisses faith to the purview of the superstitious, the...
Christopher Kaczor
Richard Dawkins, the ubiquitous atheist, likes to take shots at religion—with a special animus for Catholicism. His popular bestseller The God...
Andrew M. Seddon
The list of anti-religion screeds by atheists is growing. And too many people, including Christians ignorant of their faith, are led to doubt...
Carl Olson
What is happiness? That is the question raised by a fifth-century Roman philosopher named Boethius. He pondered the answer in prison, facing...
Michael Schrauzer
Untitled (1953); No. 14 (White and Greens in Blue, 1957); Untitled(1949) by Mark Rothko. Located in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D....
Melinda Selmys
“It depends on what the meaning of the word is is.” It appears that society has moved beyond reasonable discourse—indeed, that we’re living in...
Anthony Esolen
The demand for freedom without responsibility parallels the growth of the omnipotent state, for radical individualism and invasive government...
Karl Keating
For nearly 30 years I have kept a log of the books I have finished reading—not of those I have dipped into, browsed, read much of, or sampled,...
Michael W. Tkacz
Creation or evolution? The longstanding debate heats up as more people subscribe to intelligent design theory. Many Christians, anxious to...
Anthony E. Clark
Poet or syncretist? Catholic religious or Buddhist mystic? The true identity of Trappist monk and author Thomas Merton has been a matter of...