The Unavoidability of Faith

Over at the First Things blog, Joe Carter highlights an excerpt from an article by Randal Rauser, a professor of theology at Taylor Seminary, Edmonton, Canada: At the end of his tremendously irritating film “Religulous”, Bill Maher states that “Faith

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Brideshead vs. RCIA

Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited is one of my favorite novels, and unquestionably my favorite Catholic novel. (Spoiler warning for those who haven’t read it — this post has to do with events which take place at the very end.) Not

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ObamaCare The Musical!

Hattip to the ever musical Cminor.  Just like the last Depression, at least we are getting some good music out of this fiasco.

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Concord Coalition: 14.4 Trillion Dollar Deficit

In this earlier post I reported that the Obama administration is predicting a 9 trillion dollar deficit over the next ten years.  Now, the non-partisan Concord Coalition is predicting here a 14. 4 trillion dollar deficit over the next 10

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Secularists Reaction To The Passing Away Of Ted Kennedy

What secularists are saying on the passing away of Edward Moore Kennedy around the web: Douglas Brinkley on Ted Kennedy’s Life: ‘He Did a Kind of a Redemptive Work’ by Matthew Balan of NewsBusters Democrats now seek to exploit Ted

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