The Methodist as Philosopher: Lynn Harold Hough

By |2016-02-12T15:28:41-05:00March 13th, 2012|Categories: Christian Humanism, Christianity, Culture, Lee Cheek|Tags: |

Lynn Harold Hough The First World War and the Great Depression provided myriad challenges to the mission of the Methodist Church. As a nation began to doubt its role in the modern world, one of the country’s most dominant and politically-engaged religious denominations sought to respond to the chaos by reconsidering its [...]

Conservatism and Creative Energy Belong Together

By |2016-11-26T09:52:18-05:00February 25th, 2012|Categories: Conservatism, Quotation|Tags: |

Lynn Harold Hough “The intelligent conservative does not mistake formlessness for emancipation, as the Existentialist does; nor does he confound system with achievement, as the Marxist does. The conservative knows that in religion, truly understood, the creative spirit finds a support of immense value. At the very moment when religion sets about [...]