Religion

  • Remembering C. S. Lewis
    November 2020

    Remembering C. S. Lewis

    C. S. Lewis was one of the last living specimens of “Old Western Man,” whose worldview was grounded in classical learning and shaped by Christian faith. His was one of the most remarkable writing careers of the 20th century.
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  • Politics as Spiritual Warfare
    November 2020

    Politics as Spiritual Warfare

    A generation has been schooled to see American history as a parade of hypocrites and racists whose heirs are due their turn at the back of the bus. Can a culture celebrate those who want to destroy it and still stand? We are about to find out.
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  • Letter From the City That Deposed Popes
    October 21, 2020

    Letter From the City That Deposed Popes

    Constance is the site of the Church Council that affirmed the “Conciliarist” position: the right to remove an incorrigible pope. Aside from its rich history, it's also one of the "sunniest and warmest spots in all of Germany," Srdja Trifkovic writes.
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  • A Conciliar Critique, Etc.
    October 2020

    A Conciliar Critique, Etc.

    Letters from readers and responses from Chronicles writers on Vatican II and Catholic social doctrine, the Pilgrims and the English Civil War, and on the concept of jury nullification.
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  • A Sermon for a Season of Violence
    September 21, 2020

    A Sermon for a Season of Violence

    A sermon for a violent time, and a reminder to our leaders to avoid politicizing tragedies of gun violence. In doing so, they forget the human faces—the faces of the victims, of individual citizens with dignity, value, and inalienable rights.
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  • Biden Courts Islamists
    August 27, 2020

    Biden Courts Islamists

    Joe Biden has vowed to end "Islamicphobia." He is taking his cues from pro-Islamists in his attempt to win the Muslim vote in key swing states. Accordingly, a Biden presidency will not tolerate any criticism of Islam.
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