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Wednesday, Sept 19, 2018

Why the secular turn in conservatism imperils the very foundation of conservative thought Does anger actually turn into votes? As midterm elections approach, Democrats look for increased turnout among two different groups While similar numbers of Americans and Europeans report themselves to be secular, they are not secular in the same way

September 19, 2018

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Thursday, Sept 13, 2018


Even in an increasingly secular age, most voters look for politicians to acknowledge something beyond politics The modern cult of fitness: Why physical activities are a poor substitute for spiritual realities In a world filled with people created in God’s image, no worldview, no culture, and no individual exists as an island

September 13, 2018

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Tuesday, Aug 28, 2018


What would a post-Christian society look like? Just look at Ireland Why are newcomers to Canada more religious than those who were born in Canada? Even in the world’s ‘happiest’ countries, pressure to be happy leads to ‘happiness inequality’

August 28, 2018

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