Christopher B. Warner

Christopher B. Warner has a bachelor’s degree in theology and history from Franciscan University, a three-year graduate certificate in patristics from the Antiochian House of Studies, and a master’s degree in marriage and family studies from Holy Apostles College and Seminary. Christopher is foundation relations specialist for the Acton Institute and an adult catechist at St. Michael’s Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Grand Rapids. His book, Catholic Money: A Father Teaches His Son About Family Finances, was published in 2022. Christopher lives with his wife and son on a small farm in West Michigan.

Posts by Christopher B. Warner

Fear and the Feeble Foundations of Ideology

I recently read the monumental essay “The Power of the Powerless” (1978) by Soviet dissident Václav Havel and immediately began to draw parallels between how he describes socialist oppression and what I understand of diabolical oppression. Continue Reading...