Archives for October 2013

An Eastern Orthodox Case for Property Rights

Fr. Jensen: …[P]roperty rights are not a panacea – protecting and enhancing private ownership will not cure all that ails us personally or socially. Nor can we separate the exercise of our right to property from the moral law or, for Christians, the Gospel. But Orthodox social thought does I think allow us to make […]

Human Trafficking Enters A New Marketplace: Organ Harvesting

This is unadulterated evil, a new slavery where the strong prey on the weak. Source: Acton Institute Power Blog |Elise Hilton There have been whispers of it before, but now it has been confirmed: trafficking humans in order to harvest organs. The Telegraph is reporting that an underage Somali girl was smuggled into Britain with […]

How the West Really Lost God: A New Theory of Secularization [VIDEO]

(May 30, 2013) In “How the West Really Lost God”, leading cultural critic Mary Eberstadt delivers a powerful new theory about the decline of religion in the Western world. The conventional wisdom is that the West first experienced religious decline, followed by the decline of the family. Eberstadt, however, marshals an array of research, from […]

Dylan Pahman: Self-Discipline Today or Hardship Tomorrow

Source: Acton Institute | Dylan Pahman In the Sayings of the Desert Fathers, a collection of wise stories and sayings from the first Christian monks, the following is attributed to one Abba Zeno: “Never lay a foundation on which you might sometime build yourself a cell.” This saying has at least two possible applications: 1) […]

Bill Hinkle on Citizenship [AUDIO]

Bill Hinkle was a member of the Washington State House of Representatives representing the 13th district. As the government shutdown continues to drag on, 16-year-elected political veteran Bill Hinkle offers his thoughts on what’s wrong with the political scene in America during this week’s episode of Our Life in Christ and in America. What’s more, […]

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