Concern over Motive A few years ago, someone who claimed to be a feminist woman wrote an article—which turned out to be a fake—in which she declared that she had … Read more
“What we need is a national conversation…” The call for the correction of injustice resounds throughout every corner of contemporary society—from the legal system, to prices of goods, to taxes, … Read more
Remembering vs. Reminding: Fit In the previous post on this issue, we ended by asking why we should blame technology for our strange (but organic) mix of arrogance and foolishness. … Read more
The recent senate race in Alabama and the win of Doug Jones, and loss of Roy Moore, has stirred up a lot of negative feelings. I’ve seen people on both … Read more
A Problem with Knowledge “Ancient people were full of superstition, believing the most ridiculous things because they didn’t have access to modern science and technology. Since the enlightenment, humans have … Read more
Non-historical views of salvation encourage us to ignore what is happening in the world and the Church’s role in it. Our average Christian’s non-story is an artless mix of Disney-ification (we cannot look too deeply into the troubling parts of life for fear it may mar our happy ending) and the deus ex machina (whatever story is taking place now is miraculously fixed by an intrusion unrelated to the story itself).