Secularization, Revisited

Secularization, Revisited Why there’s hope for faith. Even as Christians everywhere rejoice in the impending holiday, the faith itself faces sober times. This is especially true across nations of the West. Consider a subject that sounds parochial but amounts to a...

What the Nurses Knew

What the Nurses Knew Like most adults today, I barely remember life before Roe v. Wade. But I do recall the flashbulb moment when the new world order hit home. One night in 1973, my mother returned from work with something shiny on the collar of her starched white...

Identity Politics Runs Much Deeper than Politics

Identity Politics Runs Much Deeper than Politics Mary Eberstadt hears a civilizational cry in her new book Primal Screams. ‘Conservatives and other nonprogressives have missed something major about identity politics: its authenticity. But the liberal-progressive side...

God and Family in the West

Interviews The fracturing of the family combined with the sexual revolution has put a great many people in the West on a collision course with certain fundamental teachings of the Christian faith,” Mary Eberstadt writes in her new book, How the West Really Lost God....

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