Ideas have consequences. Not all of them are good.
I'll start with a simple fact. I’m angry most of the time.
Whenever a great revolution transforms a nation there will always be dissenters, people who are unwilling or unable to give their approval to the new state of affairs
George Orwell, the writer, and Josef Pieper, the Catholic philosopher, came from very different backgrounds.
Hannah Arendt worried about the blurring of distinctions between the real and the unreal, between truth and falsity.
Thinking about what to share today, one sentence kept coming to mind by novelist extraordinaire Evelyn Waugh.
In the second part of the book, we will look again at the sixteen isms and learn the practical steps we can take to overcome them.
On the development of a new morality.
The use of words tells us much about the temper of the times...
For the past many years, I have been maintaining an internet ministry that allows me, through comment boxes, to listen in on the questions, complaints, and pontifications of thousands of people in regard to religion.