From Marx to Gaia

October 23, 2019 Dr. Samuel Gregg 8

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

The ever-present totalitarian temptation

February 13, 2019 George Weigel 5

First circulated underground in communist Czechoslovakia in October 1978, Vaclav Havel’s brilliant dissection of totalitarianism, “The Power of the Powerless,” retains its salience four decades later. It should be required reading for politicians given to […]