At First Things, I revisit A Charlie Brown Christmas, the product of a man of faith whose faith would wane. Nevertheless, this gift has survived the test of time. Merry Christmas!
Climate change was in the news with the Paris talks, but are we Americans really talking about it well? I explore simplistic (and flawed) rhetoric from the White House to […]
Jesus warned of the power of Mammon but American conservatism has strains that seem to substitute the “invisible hand” for the hand of God. In my book, markets make very […]
With a bill that defunds Planned Parenthood headed to the President’s desk (yoked as it is by the GOP to “must veto” legislation rather than the “must pass” budget), I […]
Christian. Conservative. Treehugger. Well, that sounds familiar. Chris Berdik has a lengthy feature in Politico Magazine (a widely read publication in D.C. and beyond) on creation care. Allen Johnson of […]