Publications

Hur hearing shows GOP will need more than age issue against Biden

Patrick T. Brown

If Republicans were hoping that Hur’s testimony would do their political heavy lifting for them, they will have to think again.

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CNN / March 21, 2024

The Gospel of Discontent: How Feminism Shattered Our Understanding of Motherhood

Carrie Gress

The communist vision of a genderless worker has supplanted the Christian creed and its vision of mother and child.

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The American Spectator / March 21, 2024

Smaller families, longer lives: Are we ready for the coming senior care crisis?

Patrick T. Brown

The way they face the end of life, and the choices we opt to prioritize or make available, will set the script for how we treat death, the labor of caretaking, and the value of human dignity into the future.

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Angelus / March 20, 2024

Let’s return to virtue

Brad Littlejohn

It’s a good time for Christians to take vice seriously.

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WORLD Opinions / March 20, 2024

Following the Jewish Jesus

George Weigel

Over the past 1,800 years, other deviant Christian thinkers have tried to “take the Jewish out of Jesus,” so to speak.

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Syndicated Column / March 20, 2024

EPPC Scholars Submit Comment Opposing State Department Proposed Rules Imposing Expansive Nondiscrimination Requirements in Foreign…

Rachel N. Morrison

On March 19, 2024, EPPC scholars Rachel N. Morrison and Eric Kniffin submitted a public comment opposing two proposed rules by the…

PDF / March 19, 2024

Assisted suicide and the happiness imperative

Carl R. Trueman

The West’s moral revolution collides with itself

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WORLD Opinions / March 18, 2024

Art and Politics in Roger Scruton’s Conservative Philosophy

Ronen Shoval

Scruton argued that art, culture, and tradition are not only intrinsically valuable but also essential to a community’s social and moral fabric.

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The Shoval Perspective / March 18, 2024

Where is the Laughter?

Carrie Gress

Shared events and meals are sometimes awkward, sometimes tedious, often full of bustle and busyness, clatter and cleaning, but more than anything, they should be punctuated by laughter, the kind of laughter that comes from safety and comfort and connection.

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The Catholic Thing / March 18, 2024

EPPC Scholar Submits Comment Opposing DOL’s Equity-Focused National Apprenticeship System Proposed Rule 

Natalie Dodson

On March 18, 2024, EPPC scholar Natalie Dodson submitted a public comment opposing a proposed rule by the U.S. Department…

PDF / March 18, 2024

Nixing BRICS: how to counter the China-led alliance

Henry Olsen

The possibility that BRICS may become a serious competitor to Western-led international entities should be a wake-up call to Western leaders.

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Spectator World / March 17, 2024

Fusion or Confusion?

Brad Littlejohn

Political coalitions are essential features of politics.

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FUSION / March 15, 2024