On Wealth and the Bible, The First Christians Were Not Like David Bentley Hart
by Dylan Pahman
Neither the New Testament nor the writings of early Christians support the idea that material wealth is intrinsically evil.
Joseph Boyle, Public Discourse, and the Kingdom of God
by Christopher O. Tollefsen
Josseph Boyle was a colleague, mentor, and friend to many associated with Public Discourse and in the broader academic community. He will be sorely missed.
Collaborative Greatness: The Lesson of George Washington and Alexander Hamilton
by Carson Holloway
We need to reflect on and learn from Washington and Hamilton’s lesson in collaborative greatness. Their alliance forged our nation, and we will need similar alliances to preserve it and ensure its flourishing.
Betrayed by Our Leaders: A Young Conservative Responds to Endorsements of Donald Trump
by Nathaniel Peters
The leaders of organizations that have shaped a generation of young conservatives are now endorsing Donald Trump, a man who is the antithesis of the values held by each of these institutions.
Autonomy or Worthiness? How to Find Dignity in Death
by Margaux Killackey
There is dignity in living and dignity in dying, because the concept of “dignity” is inseparable from our humanity. Even when our autonomy is lost, all people can still undergo suffering and death with a noble and dignified serenity.
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