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Social-Justice: The Negation of True Justice

The Problem With ‘Social Justice’ By Jonah Goldberg Noah Rothman, a brilliant young writer and editor at Commentary Magazine, has just published his first book, and it’s about nonsense. Let me be clear: The book isn’t nonsense. It’s crisp, insightful … Continue reading

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Sexuality: The Early Church and the Roman Empire

3 Awful Features of Roman Sexual Morality By Tim Challies October 2016 Whatever else you know about the Bible, I’m sure you know this: It lays out a sexual ethic that displays God’s intent in creating sexuality and that challenges … Continue reading

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Tocqueville; Religion, Liberty, and Government

Providence and Democracy By: Harvey C. Mansfield I stop the first American whom I meet…and I ask him if he believes religion to be useful to the stability of laws and to the good order of society; he answers me … Continue reading

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Redeeming the Idea of True “Social Justice”

Exploring the Idea of Social Justice Presented by: Michael Novak Social justice is one of the terms most often used in ethical and political discourse. It is also a term used with the least care. I’ve searched in vain for … Continue reading

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The New Sovereignty: A Return to Roman Antiquity?

The New Sovereignty By Rev. R.J. Rushdoony  After 1660, the foundations of Western culture began to shift away from Christianity. This was a resumption of a trend which began in the late middle ages and resulted in the Renaissance. The … Continue reading

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Economics and the Ordinary Person

Economics and the Ordinary Person: Re-reading Adam Smith Sam Fleischacker* “Far more important to Smith’s work is the belief that ordinary people normally understand their own interests without help from politicians or professional philosophers.” “The Wealth of Nations is a stupendous palace erected … Continue reading

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The Great Fear

The Great Fear and the Great Faith  Rev. R.J. Rushdoony Otto J. Scott, in Robespierre, The Voice of Virtue, calls attention to all important phenomenon of the French Revolution, The Great Fear. At a certain point, as corrosion began to destroy all … Continue reading

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