Human Ecology: Integrating 125 Years of Catholic Social Doctrine
On March 17, 2016, EPPC Senior Fellow Mary Eberstadt spoke at the 2016 Napa Institute and The Catholic University of America School of Business and Economics conference Human Ecology: Integrating 125 Years of Catholic Social Doctrine.
Why Animal Lovers Should Abhor Planned Parenthood
For whatever those videos reveal of the inner workings of the abortion industry, they point as well to this related truth: Defending animal welfare while remaining adamantly pro-choice with respect to the abortion of human animals is not morally and intellectually sustainable. As an argument retaining any credibility, it’s over.
‘The Silencing’ of the American College
Compared to 2014’s pugilistic commencement season, 2015’s pomp and circumstance have seemed positively decorous—at least on the surface.
EPPC Briefly: Yuval Levin on the Roots of a Reforming Conservatism
Mary Rice Hasson on complementarity in the church; George Weigel on Cardinal Francis George’s legacy; Bruce Cole on civics education; Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry on a surprising revolution in France; and much more.
The New Intolerance: An Adaptation of the First Annual First Things Lecture
With the tide of secularism rising, Christians in particular are faced with the challenge of protecting human dignity, objective moral values, religious liberty, and authentic freedom in the face of growing hostility toward religious faith and religious believers.
Feminism is not a juggernaut of defiant liberationists successfully playing offense. It is instead a terribly deformed but profoundly felt protective reaction to the sexual revolution itself.
From Campus Bullies to Empty Churches
There is an under-explored relationship between the well-documented decline in Western churchgoing, especially among Millennials, and the simultaneous rise of a toxic public force on campuses across the Western world: the new intolerance.
The Truth About Religion and Animals
To connect the dots between the preciousness of animal life and the preciousness of human life isn’t to engage in moral equivalence. It’s rather to observe that people have big enough hearts to cherish both.
Support for Animal Welfare Grows on the Right
The momentum in conservative and traditionalist circles toward a consistent ethic of life is arising not by accident in an age of omnipresent abortion — but on account of it.
First Things Lecture: The New Intolerance
Many secularists today want Christianity to be discredited as “intolerant,” because Christianity and Christians are in the way of demolishing traditional moral limits so that they can be reconstructed to accord with the desires and needs of the powerful, who don’t like being hindered.