Nicolás Gómez Dávila and the ‘Authentic Reactionary’ ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Matthew Pheneger

It is fitting that one of the most profound thinkers of the 20th century should also have been one of its most obscure.

Nicolás Gómez Dávila’s critique of democracy may go some way in explaining why he remains a relatively unknown figure in the English-speaking world, for we in the modern West are all children of the Enlightenment in one way or another…

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What does the Bible have to say about pandemics? | Voice

By David Jeremiah

Let’s face it, the pandemic feels like something we’ve read about in the Bible.

After all, it’s the most apocalyptic thing that has ever happened to most of us.

Does COVID-19 mean anything set against the larger scale of history? And if so, what?

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Oxford college apologizes for hosting Christian conference | U.S. News

By Nicole Alcindor

An Oxford college in England has apologized after the school hosted a conference sponsored by an evangelical conservative advocacy organization, which students claimed was “hateful and invalidating.” 

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Denzel Washington reveals what God’s been telling him to do | Entertainment News

By Jeannie Ortega Law

Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington recently revealed what the Lord has been telling him while he prays. 

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Josh McDowell steps back from ministry over racial remarks | Church & Ministries News

By Michael Gryboski

Prominent Christian author and apologist Josh McDowell announced that he will step away from his ministry work and speaking events for the time being after making controversial remarks about minorities and education.

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Clarence Thomas Blasts Media for Coverage, Says Justices Are Not ‘Like a Politician’ – Michael Foust

By Michael Foust

Clarence Thomas Blasts Media for Coverage, Says Justices Are Not ‘Like a Politician’ by Michael Foust – Christian breaking news commentary.

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Celebrating Silence ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Joseph Pearce

If we have the humility of the saint and the eyes of the Romantic poet, we will be grateful for the gift of beauty, being rendered speechless in its presence that we might hearken to the silence and its visual music.

It is through this silence, born of wonder, that we are moved to the contemplation that opens us into a closer communion with God…

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