How the New Corporate Elite Sold Same-Sex Marriage to the American Public

Apr 23, 2018 by

by Scott Yenor, Public Discourse: Darel Paul’s meticulous, courageous account of how the elites brought same-sex marriage to America deserves to be read by all who would understand where we are and where we’re going. Though it was now almost three years ago, the Supreme Court’s Obergefell...

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Is the Benedict Option the Best Option for Today’s Church?

Apr 22, 2018 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: There is a new ‘cool’ book in town! It’s a New York Times bestseller, endorsed by Russell Moore, Archbishop Charles J.Chaput, and, the ultimate accolade, Carl R.Trueman!   How could I resist? Especially as it is subtitled “A strategy for Christians in a...

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The Rise and Fall of the Incomparable Liturgy by Bryan D. Spinks

Apr 20, 2018 by

by Colin Podmore, Church Times LONG described as incomparably excellent, the Book of Common Prayer is also incomparable in other ways. Though it ceased to be the mainstay of Church of England worship in the 1960s, it continues to hold a central place in Anglican identity. By contrast, many other...

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Reading the State of Britain with Roger Scruton

Apr 20, 2018 by

by Theodore Dalrymple, Law & Liberty: Sir Roger Scruton is a man of such intellect and polymathic erudition that he is always worth attending to whatever he chooses to write. He is also a man of courage. With one or two others (but very few) he kept alive a tradition of intelligent...

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Reimagining reimagined – a review of Justin Welby’s ‘Reimagining Britain’

Apr 4, 2018 by

By Martin Davie. […] Contrary to what is said in the blurb on the back cover of the book, the Archbishop is not offering ‘a radical vision for 21st century Britain.’ If all that he proposes came to pass, British society would not actually change that much. What he is offering is a modest proposal...

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Resurrecting the Idea of a Christian Society

Mar 25, 2018 by

by Shaun Rieley, The Imaginative Conservative: In 1939, as the storm clouds of World War II were gathering in Europe, famed modernist-poet-turned-Anglo-Catholic, T.S. Eliot, penned an essay entitled “The Idea of a Christian Society,” in which he lays out a vision of a Christian society over and...

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