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National Conservatism’s Ecumenical Gamble

National Conservatism is all-in on ecumenical Christianity. Will the play pay off?

Placing Politics in a Larger Spiritual Context

It behooves a citizen of a free and democratic society to exercise his right to vote. It is a solemn and serious responsibility at all times but perhaps especially these days when the abortion issue so strongly divides our two major political parties. I distinctly remember the first time I voted in a federal election [...]

The One Whom Tradition Calls The Theologian

No one has ever seen God. The only Son, God, who is at the Father’s side, has revealed him (Jn 1:17-18). In class the other day, sensing that the attention span of my students was about to snap, I took immediate action, and suggested a Composition of Place to try and jump-start whatever lay hidden [...]

The Secret Disciples

It is primarily in John's Gospel that we get information about Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea. Nicodemus is described as a "ruler of the Jews," a thoughtful Pharisee who came to Jesus by night and was struggling to understand how a mature adult like himself could be "born again." Many of us have the same [...]

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