Tag Archive: politics

No True Knight: A Critique of Chivalry in George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire”

“With A Song of Ice and Fire unfinished, the question remains open whether Martin believes the purification of chivalry, on a large scale and for the long term, is likely, or even possible…”

What Would Jesus Do on Election Day?: A Non-Partisan Christian Reflection

“On election day Jesus would, of course, die for the redemption of the world. I know it sounds trite, but this is no mere Sunday School answer…”

If We Can Keep It: Maintaining Constitutional Relevancy in Modern America

“The Constitution is still relevant because of its purpose: to establish a solid foundation that protects the rights and upholds the truths listed in the Declaration of Independence.”

Keep Your Eyes Fixed on Jesus: The Importance of Focusing on God during an Election Year

“Politics can be a good and rewarding hobby or occupation, but only if you do one thing: keep your focus on God.”

Where Your Treasure Lies: A Spiritual Reflection on an Election Year

“Store up your treasures in Heaven, for where your treasure lies, there also lies your heart, and no vote can ever take that away.”

He Is Who He Is: A Review of Bernie Sanders’ Visit to Gettysburg College

“I had the intriguing experience of attending a town hall meeting hosted by Gettysburg College. The guest of honor was none other than the ever-eye-brow-raising Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont…”

Stephen Fry’s “Mean-Minded” God: Christianity, Suffering, and the Story of Easter

In response to Stephen Fry’s remarks about a “capricious, mean-minded” God, LibDemBen outlines a Christian response in light of the story of Easter and a rather humorous online interaction with Peter Hitchens!

Furious Fancies: The Musings of a Traditional Catholic Poet

Read these musings of traditional Catholic author, historian, and poet Charles A. Coulombe about the importance of art and poetry in changing the world for Christ.

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