A radical reframing of conservative tradition

May 19, 2022 by

by Marc Sidwell, Artillery Row: It happens quietly, the renewal of generations. At my church last Sunday, the readings were given by a young girl — just stepping into her teens — with her parents and siblings all there to support her....

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Learning to Love Art Through the Eyes of Faith

May 17, 2022 by

by Collin Hansen • Russ Ramsey, TGC: I love novels. I especially enjoy the classics. I even love some contemporary fiction. I grew up reading fiction. And I studied it in college. Not everyone will share my passion for Russian and...

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What does it mean to love our bodies?

May 13, 2022 by

by Paul Adams, Psephizo: Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality is a robust and compelling cultural apologetics text. The scope is large dealing with a range of highly controversial subjects such as abortion and...

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Os Guinness and The Great Quest

May 11, 2022 by

by Michael Giere, The Bull Elephant: “No thoughtful person gets far without corralling those questions to see if they can be broken and ridden.” Growing up, I had two loving and brilliant parents. Yet, each was dysfunctional in their...

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Douglas Murray’s defence of the West

May 2, 2022 by

by  Noel Yaxley, The Article: It is often said when America sneezes, the world catches cold. And the United States has definitely fallen ill. Since the death of George Floyd two years ago, Britain has imported from its North Atlantic...

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How the Self Transformed Sex

May 2, 2022 by

by Shane Morris, TGC: Review: ‘Strange New World’ by Carl Trueman: You’re not crazy for feeling disoriented right now. Something has changed dramatically in our society. Watching a man win a women’s swimming championship, seeing satire...

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