Judeo Christian


What the Overturning of Roe Means Outside America

The monumental Dobbs ruling will have an influence far beyond the shores of America.

Missing From MLK Memorial: God

  Four days after police arrested Rosa Parks for refusing to surrender her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Ala., bus, the young Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. explained the Christian foundation of the civil rights movement he was about to lead. "I want to say that we are not here advocating violence," [...]

Godless Morality: Why Judeo-Christianity Is Necessary for Human Rights

"Europe will return to the Faith, or she will perish. The Faith is Europe. And Europe is the Faith." So wrote Hilaire Belloc in 1920, when the death of Christianity on the European continent appeared to loom over the horizon.Now that horizon seems to have been reached. A mere 21 percent of Europeans 
say they [...]

In Praise of Patriarchy

When I was an Anglican priest and the feminists were arguing for women's ordination, those who were opposed used the theological argument that the fatherhood of the priest was an indispensable part of a patriarchal system of belief, and that the patriarchal system of belief was indispensable to the Judeo-Christian revelation. In other words, in [...]

Why I Will Vote for John McCain

My support this election for John McCain has been no secret, as regular readers know. But while I've offered my reasons here and there, I've never put them all together in a single piece. I try to do that now. Some of my case for McCain comes from agreeing with positions he holds, and some [...]

The New York Times’ Latest Double Standard

The Gray Lady sells herself out to secular materialism once again. I would like to propose Shea's Iron Law of New York Times Science Coverage: When Christians write about science, they are imposing their religion on the free pursuit of truth. When scientists pontificate about religion, they are innocently writing about science with no agenda [...]

Theological Politics

WHEN CLERGYYMEN and other professional religious people move into the vigorous debates of American politics — as, in fact, they are doing more and more — they bring with them the concepts and terminology of theology. To the religious-minded this transference might appear unobjectionable, but I contend that religious concepts are likely to do more harm than good to our political [...]