If Catholicism perpetuates itself, why is it dead in Europe? It’s certainly doomed in Mexico, for the same reason it was doomed in Western Europe by 1970: People that are fundamentally hostile to everything the Christian faith are entirely in control of all the civic institutions which form children’s minds. We like to make fun […]
I really don’t feel much like writing much anymore, anywhere. The Social Justice Warriors are going to get everything they want. While we fret about being forced to host gay weddings, they’re already teeing up transexualism as the next civil rights crusade. I can’t wait for the first discrimination lawsuit to hit the courts because […]
NT Wright also thinks the UN is a great force for good in the world.
Meh. This is a good article: http://thefederalist.com/2014/04/09/bait-and-switch-how-same-sex-marriage-ends-marriage-and-family-autonomy/ One-sentence summary of the argument: Once the state no longer has to recognize your marriage and family, the state no longer has to respect the existence of your marriage and family.
I don’t see anything wrong with telling every parent between the Rio Grande and Antarctica that if you are wildly irresponsible enough to send your child hundreds or even thousands of miles away unattended to a foreign country without any plan of survival, don’t worry, the American taxpayer will take care of it. Your bewildering […]
I mean, yeah, Internet whining got Mozilla to fire its CEO. So I guess, yeah, mass-scale cyber-crying is good for making people who care about others thinking they’re nice wave token gestures in the direction of some social justice crusade or another. But 90% of the reason for doing it is preening and letting everyone […]
Oh, a bunch of whiners got someone to take down a blog post? Yeah, that matters. #Kony2012 #BanBossy #BringBackOurGirls #YesAllSpecialSnowflakes
The purpose of marching in a protest is to signal that there’s a mob capable of violence if it doesn’t get its way. Hashtivism is just status signaling.
Evangelicalism isn’t in for a wild ride so much that it, like all other forms of Christianity in the West, is simply going to disappear. Graham wasn’t a modern celebrity pastor. He was a celebrity revivalist. It’s a bit different. He was the last and the biggest of the traveling revivalists. The idea of a […]
My current church has 50 people on a Sunday, and it’s going to die out within 15 years. Good job, Lutherans. Good job.