Monthly Archives: March 2015

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As I’ve been writing in recent years about the renewal of the culture wars, I’ve received some steady pushback from many readers on both sides of the marriage issue who believe that…

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My claim throughout these pages is that the grammar for our thinking about the transcendent is given to us in the immanent, in the most humbly ordinary and familiar experiences of reality;…

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Movie Review: ‘Do You believe?’

Bible themed and Christian movies have hit the multiplexes in a big way in the last year. Being a Christian of the evangelical variety, I’m all for Christians asserting themselves in popular…

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“There’s something I must ask you, Fulvia,” said Morris Zapp, as he sipped Scotch on the rocks poured from a crystal decanter brought on a silver tray by a black-uniformed, white-aproned maid…

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Every day the media burlesque spotlights an American with too much binge-drinking, drug abuse, sexual violence, family breakdown, celebrity worship, and psychic pain. America’s soul hurts partially because we lack moral anchors…

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If you’ve been white lately, you have likely been confronted with the idea that to be a good person, you must cultivate a guilt complex over the privileged status your race enjoys.…

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Resources – Christian Classical Education

In one way, Christian classical education is the new kid on the block. Classical education has been around for millennia, obviously since ancient Greece and Rome, and Christians through much of Western…

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Thanks in no small part to [John] Dewey, much of what characterizes contemporary education is a revolt against various expressions of authority: a revolt against a canon of learning, a revolt against…

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Profile – The Arts: Mary McCleary

Mary McCleary is Regent’s Professor of Art Emeritus at Stephen F. Austin State University, where she taught from 1975 to 2005. Born in Houston, Texas in 1951, she received her B.F.A., cum…

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Want to Make a Counter Cultural Statement: Have More Kids!

I became a Christian when I was 18, well before I was to get married and had to think about having children. When I did, like many conservative protestants, I uncritically accepted…

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