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My dearest Katherine, Soon you will start high school. Already your classmates are pairing up into short-lived boyfriend-girlfriend couplets, even as their parents split and re-couple with others, marriage vows be...

Are you enjoying Creation this Earth Week? The first nationwide Earth Day was held on April 22nd, 1970, on the 100th anniversary of the birth of Vladimir Lenin, the founding father...

In April 1945, as British and American soldiers liberated Nazi concentration camps, civilized people around the world gasped in horror at the images coming out of Germany. Newsreel footage showed catatonic,...

A Review of Saving Leonardo: A Call to Resist the Secular Assault on Mind, Morals, and Meaning by Nancy Pearcey Nancy Pearcey knows the captivating power of secular ideas because she...

Okay, it isn’t called A Course in Smoke in Mirrors. It’s A Course in Miracles. First published in 1976, A Course in Miracles was catapulted to new popularity in 2008 when...

Secularism Exposed A Review of The End of Secularism, by Hunter Baker Secularism in America is a poser and a squatter. So says Hunter Baker in The End of Secularism, his...

Today I’m thankful for a society that values free speech and respect for dissenting opinions. Yesterday I watched the Oprah interview with Sarah Palin, and I couldn’t help but note the...

The Botany of Desire Last month PBS aired a two hour special on The Botany of Desire by science writer, Michael Pollan. Pollan set out to explore how four particular plants...

Banquet at Delmonico’s Great Minds, the Gilded Age, and the Triumph of Evolution in America by Barry Werth Post Civil War America was looking for a new belief system, says social...

The Housing Boom and Bust by Thomas Sowell, Economist Extraordinaire A straightforward case study that should be required reading for American voters, political science students, and anyone who supports government interventions...