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The Hole in Your Culture

In his Notes Towards the Definition of Culture (1948), T. S. Eliot writes that “all parties live in amity, so long as they accept some common moral conventions.” While that may seem rather general and somewhat overstated, it is […]

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Cardinal Mueller on Questions about Rights

Cardinal Mueller on the rise of legal philosophies that reduce human beings, the unborn especially, to mere pawns in an Orwellian game.

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On What Foundation is the University Built?

Randall Smith: When Christ is at the center of the university’s mission, then all truth, no matter its source, is welcome and important.

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Metaphysics and Theology

Randall Smith: As C.S. Lewis wrote: “Christianity, if false, is of no importance, and if true, of infinite importance.” What it can’t be is moderately so.

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