Why Church Teachings on Chastity 

are Undeniably True

Jan 12, 2018 by

by Anthony Esolen, Crisis Magazine: Many years ago, in one of the standard editions of The Tempest that I had ordered for my students, I read an angry little essay whose proximate target was the mage Prospero, and whose ultimate target was anyone alive, particularly men, who would uphold a view of...

read more

A plea for inclusion

Jan 9, 2018 by

by Ian Paul, Psephizo: In response to my observation’s about the contradictions and inconsistencies in the Ozanne Foundation and its supporters, David Bennet, a gay celibate Christian, makes this appeal. David is originally from Australia and, having studied at Oxford, he is now undertaking...

read more

After Weinstein, what?

Oct 18, 2017 by

by Michael Cook, MercatorNet: One path leads to bigger rulebooks. The other leads to a revival of chastity. The lugubrious profile of Henry Lawson, with his gigantic handlebar moustache, graced Australian $10 notes for decades. Lawson was a 19th Century writer who wrote about “the bush”, the rough...

read more

Most Anglicans support same-sex couples, survey finds

Jun 29, 2017 by

by Alex Williams, Premier: For the first time, more than half of Anglicans now believe same-sex relationships are acceptable, according a new British Social Attitudes survey. The research found 55 per cent do not object to homosexual relationships, up from 31 per cent in 2012. It also found...

read more

Chastity, family life and the future of religious freedom

Jun 28, 2017 by

by Patrick F Fagan, MercatorNet: The family is the most sexual of all organizations. But given the sexual chaos of modern times, new families who want to succeed in their task of child-raising must quickly find a community of other families of like mind.  They are most likely to find such families...

read more

Chastity, Communion, Heaven and Hell

Mar 17, 2017 by

by Pete Jermann, Crisis Magazine: Once regarded as a virtue, chastity is now largely considered a fool’s quest. Those perpetrating chastity’s demise depict its death as a victory for life and love. Yet the opposite is true; an unchaste world is one of self-absorption and death. In subordinating...

read more