Of the two communities that confronted each other 400 years ago in New England, it may now be the Indians who most resemble today’s Americans.
The West has forgotten its own history, Shapiro argues, and is abandoning Judeo-Christian values and natural law in favor of moral subjectivism.
A book of essays by Leon Kass examine how to live with purpose and dignity in a demeaning age. But not everyone is going to like what he has to say.
Four recent books examine the state of Christianity in America and offer a vision of hope. But are these authors deemphasizing the trials ahead?
“In terms of popular understanding of and loyalty to the democratic republic, we are slipping,” Kesler said.
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