Analysis

From Marx to Gaia

October 23, 2019 Dr. Samuel Gregg 6

Thirty years ago, the world rejoiced as the crack-up of Communism’s grip on Eastern Europe, forever symbolized by the Berlin Wall, began. This, however, created enormous dilemmas for prominent representatives of a theology which had […]

The Dispatch

A pope, a president, and a Divine Plan

September 6, 2019 Derya M. Little 5

Learning history in secular universities often results in a detached attitude toward God’s involvement in human affairs. It is an inevitably anthropocentric way of looking at the world and our place in the flow of […]