July 12, 2016
May 11, 2016
How Diversity Can Save Conservatism (and the Nation)
January 28, 2016
Revisiting the Tensions of ‘Faithful Presence’
A generation of Christians has been inspired and challenged by James Davison Hunter’s popular work, To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World 1st Edition. Continue Reading...
December 14, 2015
Children Are a Gift to Civilization
September 21, 2015
Toward an Economics of Abundance
August 12, 2015
Marriage as Cornerstone: How the Family Is a Foundation for Flourishing
May 20, 2015
What ‘The Profit’ teaches us about ethics and enterprise
I’ve written before on how television can be a powerful tool for illuminating the deeper significance of daily work and the beauties of basic trade and enterprise. Shows like Dirty Jobs, Shark Tank, Undercover Boss, and Restaurant Impossible have used the medium to this end, and today at The Federalist, I review a new contender in the mix. Continue Reading...
May 14, 2015
How Capitalism Humanized the Family
Capitalism is routinely blamed for rampant materialism and consumerism, accused of setting society’s sights only on material needs and wants, and living little time, attention, or energy for much else. But what, if not basic food, shelter, and survival, was humanity so preoccupied with before the Industrial Revolution? Continue Reading...
March 10, 2015
No, Socialism Wouldn’t Succeed ‘If Only Men Were Angels’
January 13, 2015
Real Life is Much More Than Economic
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