The Grace of Bourbon

By |2015-02-22T19:46:55-06:00February 22nd, 2015|Categories: Christianity, Walker Percy|Tags: |

Will Barrett, the protagonist of Walker Percy’s novel The Last Gentleman, complains that he cannot figure out “how to live from one minute to the next on a Wednesday afternoon.” Even Christians, with a solid theological and philosophical grounding, can find the question troubling. So you believe in God, and you believe the Second Person [...]

Home: The Little Things

By |2014-01-16T22:09:27-06:00June 25th, 2013|Categories: Community, Conservation, John Willson|Tags: |

I was out driving this morning, doing some errands. A car ahead of me was going about 30 in a 55 speed limit zone, and as usual I was annoyed. Going so slow, I was forced to look around. I saw businesses working, signs that told me where I was. A man who recently bought [...]

Notes to the Reader of the Young Man’s Guide to Building a House

By |2014-08-14T16:59:24-05:00June 12th, 2013|Categories: C. R. Wiley, Culture|Tags: , |

I am very hopeful about our long-term prospects, it is the near-term ones I’m worried about.  What’s the near-term?—the next few hundred years, give or take a century. Since the near-term is when my children and grandchildren will pass their lives I feel I should do something to help them. I’ve passed the half-life stage [...]

Moral Visions of the Free Market

By |2019-07-23T10:43:34-05:00February 8th, 2013|Categories: Books, Christianity, Communio, David L. Schindler, Economics, Featured, Political Economy|Tags: , , |

Wealth, Poverty & Human Destiny
 edited by Doug Bandow and David Schindler For religious believers, the complicated issue of reconciling the free market with traditional morality is one of increasing importance as the ideology of capitalism gains unprecedented public support and globalization becomes unavoidable. The prospect of material triumph appears omnipresent, and the justifications for [...]

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