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Jul 10, 2020

What will be the long-term impact of the Supreme Court's rulings on religious  freedom this term?  Will religious individuals enjoy the same protections that religious institutions do?

John Stonestsreet and Shane Morris give their perspective on the Court's decisions as well as on a letter on the dangers of...

Jul 10, 2020

To do or to say something insufficiently progressive these days risks the wrath of what’s being called “cancel-culture.” A mostly young and mostly online gaggle of so-called “social justice warriors” will attempt to silence anyone they deem to hold views sufficiently problematic or insufficiently “woke.”

Jul 9, 2020

In a somewhat dizzying (but which will be seen, I think, as pivotal) few weeks at the Supreme Court, religious freedom has taken center stage. In two significant decisions yesterday, the Court protected our First Amendment’s First Freedom.

The first case, Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania, was the third time...

Jul 8, 2020

In his 1996, essay entitled “Sorry, But Your Soul Just Died,” the late essayist Tom Wolfe predicted that new technologies (such as functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging or fMRI) would soon render our traditional ideas about the “soul,” the “mind,” the “self,” and "free will” obsolete. In their place...

Jul 8, 2020

The idea that children who exhibit anything but stereotypical behavior must be transgender has taken our society by storm, and now anything but "affirming" treatment is seen as abusive. But what are we to make of  entire peer groups of teenage girls deciding together that they were born in the wrong bodies and...