Tag: Love

The Incarnation of Truth and Love ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Paul Krause The real claim of Christmas, for Christians, is that Truth and Love penetrated the cosmos. Christmas is a warm, loving, and tender season precisely for this reason. That warm fire, or bright sky, or joyful company, is made possible only because… Continue Reading “The Incarnation of Truth and Love ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

“Romeo & Juliet”: A Tragedy, Not a Romance ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Joseph Pearce Seeing something noble in Romeo and Juliet’s self-obsessive and self-destructive passion is to see it with eyes that are blind to the moral that Shakespeare teaches… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2018/07/romeo-juliet-tragedy-not-romance-joseph-pearce.html

You’ve Got To Be Taught To Love: Cal Thomas

By Cal Thomas During a time when hate increasingly seems to be winning, Americans need to be taught how to love this great country. — Read on http://www.dailysignal.com/2021/09/16/youve-got-to-be-taught-to-love/

Dante’s Transformed Love: Musings on the Poet’s Love for Beatrice ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Darrell Falconburg If the “Vita Nuova” had been the only major work Dante had made, this work alone would have earned him the reputation as a great poet of Western Civilization… — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/09/dante-transformed-love-musings-poets-love-beatrice-darrell-falconburg.html

Ambassador Johnny Young: A Eulogy ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Joseph Mussomeli He was just plain, old “Johnny” even when he was a four-time ambassador. His Christian humility seemed to gain luster with each promotion and award. He lived life with tremendous passion and deep reverence. Johnny Young was so full of life… Continue Reading “Ambassador Johnny Young: A Eulogy ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Magnanimity: The Balm for Our Brutalized Public Discourse ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Stephen M. Klugewicz — Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2021/06/magnanimity-balm-public-discourse-stephen-klugewicz.html

Love Letters: by Kate Deddens

By Kate Deddens The letters of the alphabet, strung together in cogent meaning, might be best thought of, not as means to an end, but as an end in and of themselves—a living, incarnated creativity that encourages relationship. And I like to consider speech, in… Continue Reading “Love Letters: by Kate Deddens”

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