According to a Gallup Poll released on Monday, frequent church attendees were the only group in the U.S. that did not experience a mental health decline in 2020. Gallup has conducted its November Health and Healthcare Survey annually since 2001. The 2020 results show 34% of Americans consider their mental health “excellent,” and 76% consider their mental […]
Originally entitled: “The Ugly Racism of Karl Marx.” by Walter E. Williams May Day celebrations were held all across the fruited plain, with leftist radicals and unionists worshipping the ideals of communism. Communism is an ideology calling for government control over our lives. It was created by Karl Marx, who—along with his collaborator, Friedrich Engels—wrote […]
And again we see the folly of ‘once saved, always saved’ theology coming home to roost… in cribs and cradles, and the homes of irresponsible Christian parents. Kids, try Orthodoxy. I certainly don’t agree with everything in this article – for example, despite his desire to resurrect “Youth Ministry” as a viable option, it is […]
“We need a split of Orthodoxy and the breakdown of Russia, and Ukraine, where betrayal is the norm of public morality, will help us in this.” Kyiv: By the end of this year, a “Council” will probably be held in Kyiv, at which the fate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church will be decided: either the […]
How Skipping Church Affects Your Children By Micah Anglo In a Q&A, Carl Trueman was asked about why churches today are losing their young people. Typical answers to this question range from things like the temptations of this world or the irrelevance of the church—your typical answers. But Trueman makes a keen and convicting connection between […]
Rod Dreher is a senior editor and blogger at The American Conservative. Voting Republican and other failed culture war strategies are not going to save us now No, the sky is not falling — not yet, anyway — but with the Supreme Court ruling constitutionalizing same-sex marriage, the ground under our feet has shifted […]
There is commentary in Russian by Protodeacaon Andrei Kuraev. I don’t know what he was saying, but I’d love to see subtitles to this magnificent liturgy. Enjoy.