Religion

  • Catholic Comfort for a Wounded South
    September 2020

    Catholic Comfort for a Wounded South

    There was a uniquely Catholic contribution to the Confederate cause. John DeJak reviews new scholarship on the political loyalties of Confederate Catholics by Gracjan Kraszewski.
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  • Will the Catholic Bishops Call Out Joe?
    August 21, 2020

    Will the Catholic Bishops Call Out Joe?

    Joe Biden is running on his Catholicism but endorses the new moral laws of the Democratic Party: taxpayer-funded abortion and gay marriage. Will the Catholic Bishops remain silent on all this?
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  • My Debt to Mike Adams
    August 3, 2020

    My Debt to Mike Adams

    My relationship with Mike Adams started as a contentious exchange and became a life-changing correspondence. He encouraged me to return to Christ even as he faced persecution for his beliefs, and though we never met I consider him a great friend.
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  • Back To The Mosque
    July 22, 2020

    Back To The Mosque

    Centuries of religious discrimination, causing suffering and death of countless millions, have been covered up by the myth of Islamic “tolerance.” The Hagia Sophia is one more example of the failure to liberalize Islam, from Atatürk to present day.
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  • The Ottoman Zenith
    July 21, 2020

    The Ottoman Zenith

    From its height of power in the 16th century through its decline in the 19th, Islamic Turkish rule was brutal. It was not good for Christians, nor did it provide a "stabilizing force" in the region. Western liberals once recognized this.
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  • Reflections on the Tragedy of the Hagia Sophia
    July 20, 2020

    Reflections on the Tragedy of the Hagia Sophia

    As the Hagia Sophia is transitioned into a house of Islamic prayer, it is worth recalling the impact that Islamic conquest has had on the rich Christian civilization of Byzantium and its dynamic and creative Slavic offspring in Serbia and Bulgaria.
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