So why do Synodality, Social Justice, and other utopian schemes fall on their faces? And how can we make our efforts more productive? I discuss at Catholic World Report.
My latest at Catholic World Report suggests that secular liberalism won’t have the staying power effectually to suppress Catholicism.
I have another piece on the Windsor decision, this one at Crisis Magazine. It deals with the increasing radicalism, mindlessness, and intolerance of mainstream progressive thought.
That’s the title of my most recent piece at Crisis Magazine. It discusses recent developments in connection with the trend toward a single universal regime of contract and regulation in which no point has privileged independence.
I’ve got a new book out, Against Inclusiveness: How the Diversity Regime is Flattening America and the West and What to Do About It. It develops some of the arguments from The Tyranny of Liberalism and applies them in … Read more
Here’s another piece at Crisis, this one about the necessity of the Church as an independent institution in an age of Gleichschaltung.
There’s some more of my hand-wringing on the topic over at Catholic World Report.
My review of The Intolerance of Tolerance, a book by reformed theologian D. A. Carson, is available at The University Bookman.
That’s the title of my current column at Catholic World Report. Basically it says we have to drop out from a radically technocratic world.