By Darrell Falconburg
Flannery O’Connor understood that what is wrong with the world is not our failure to adhere to a certain political or economic program, as important as these may be.
Instead, what is wrong with the world is sin.
And so, the task for those of us who want to renew and preserve Western culture is not merely political — it is first moral and spiritual…
By Jonathan Klawans
Was Jesus’ Last Supper a Seder? – Biblical Archaeology Society
By Jonathan Laden
Inscription, “Jesus, son of Mary,” found in Jezreel – Biblical Archaeology Society
By Nathan Steinmeyer
A team from the University of Haifa identified dozens of salt production installations in the immediate vicinity of the coastal city near modern Haifa, many of which had been used and reused for hundreds of years, between 200 B.C.E and 1300 C.E.
By Anugrah Kumar
After a body of water near the Dead Sea in Jordan recently turned red, the Jordan Valley Authority tested the water and offered a reason behind the change of its color.
By John Stossel
Government-run schools fail kids. But private education made possible by charity can put kids on the path to a better future.
By Bruce Frohnen
Both Monticello and Mount Vernon are imposing estates.
Both Thomas Jefferson and George Washington were imposing historical figures.
What do the homes tell us about the statesmen? Quite a bit, it turns out…