Oct 042005

Paper Clippings

Part of the problem

If literature professors think that there are no universal truths and values, only power and ideology, why should politicians think any different?

Epidemic of fatherlessness

Mike Rowe makes a good point.

Paradigm shift

The Gospels as oral history.

Waiting for a sign

A book review on the plight of the millennial generation.

A fact

Cardinal Muller makes an interesting connection between Christianity being a fact and how to understand the development of doctrine.

In my own home

This father's reaction to the Florid shooting is heartfelt.

Try to think

Fr. Matt Malone points out correctly that our society lacks "philosophy." One could argue that its philosophy is a form of scientism that pretends not to be a philosophy but must be challenged as such.


An interesting interview with Fred Siegel on the trajectory of US liberalism.

Mythical core

Alan Jacobs on how humans really operate.
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