Archives for May 2015

Texas Orthodox Clergy Speak Out on Gay Marriage and the “Rebellion Against God’s Created Order”

Gay Marriage and the Houston Gay Rights Ordinance Source: Orthodox Clergy Association of Houston and Southeast Texas We, the Orthodox clergy of Houston and Southeast Texas, are compelled by our responsibilities before God to speak out plainly against the rebellion against God's created order that we see being waged on both the local and national level. It is God who created the two sexes, … [Read more...]

Fr. Gregory Jensen: The Moral Limits of Psychology

Source: Acton Institute By Fr. Gregory Jensen Defenders of the free market insist that virtue is essential to a just and thriving economy. If morality is relevant to economics, it is equally so to allied fields of social science, all of which have as their object of investigation the human person. Indifference to the moral dimension distorts the study of human action in economics; so … [Read more...]

Theodore Dalrymple: Progressive Ideology ‘Dehumanizes The Population’ [VIDEO]

Theodore Dalrymple has been a favorite essayist of mine for years (see my review of his book: Our Culture, What's Left of It). He writes for City Journal, arguably one of the better online magazines in existence today that is published by the Manhattan Institute. A prison doctor before retiring, Dalrymple sees the decline of his native Britain not in terms of systemic injustice (Progressivism) … [Read more...]

James Kushiner: Military and Monastics

This essay appeared in the Fellowship of St. James Creed and Culture newsletter. By James Kusner It dismays me to read the blog post (Homosexual Assault Grows in the Military) by Michael Avramovich about the rise of sexual assault in the military. I remember reading in Stephen Ambrose's works about homosexual activity among American troops in Europe during WWII—it was nearly … [Read more...]

I’m Trying to Help a Guy Go to College

He's a friend of mine, 21 years old who has turned his life around. He works hard, has mapped out a future, but needs some financial help with college. I trust his commitment because I have seen him work the last year and a half on his life (a long time at that age). I am trying to raise $1000. If you could help, no matter how little, it would mean a great deal -- mostly an opportunity for … [Read more...]

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