The Christian Assault on Christendom

The Lost Christendom Nobody reading these lines has ever seen Christendom. Christendom began with Constantine’s public affirmation of Christianity in the 4th century; engulfed both Eastern and, later, Western Europe; and then shaped the European colonies in the New World. It was Byzantine and Roman Catholic and (later) Protestant. Christendom died incrementally, first in Western [...]

The Cultural Cost of Economic Rigging

We live amid an economic revolution. The fact that it has engulfed us only gradually does not make it less revolutionary. It is equally a moral revolution. Economics is a moral issue. It’s not an issue over which good Christians can simply agree to disagree. It’s remarkable how many Christians oppose abortion and same-sex “marriage” [...]