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The Caroline Divines and COVID-19

By Christopher D. Jones COVID-19 poses unique practical and moral challenges, as it affects the respiratory, circulatory, and neurological systems, and causes harm to vulnerable...

On Hunting

By Chip Prehn Sir Roger Scruton, who died too young last January, came late to fox-hunting but made up for this by becoming one of...

Thoughts on Our Election and the Cause and Remedy of Our Present Discontents

By Philip Turner As I sit down to write, though former Vice President Biden is slightly ahead, no clear winner of this election has been...

I Pledge Allegiance to the Cross

By Clint Wilson Four years ago, countless Americans sat in their homes as their televisions broadcast the results of an intense battle. They prayed, perhaps...

Convivial Christianity: A Response to Critics and Concerned Friends

By Mark Clavier Several of my recent posts both on Covenant and elsewhere have caused some concern about my political well-being. Some have wondered whether...

Meritocracy and the Failure of the Christian Moral Imagination

By Elisabeth Rain Kincaid In his confrontation with King David in 2 Samuel 12, the prophet Nathan tells a heart-rending story of a rich man...

Five Tips on Voting Like a Nonbeliever

By Sam Keyes Many Christians these days seem to spend a lot of energy figuring out how to properly separate or combine their faith from...

Abortion, Faith, and Clarity

Catholic News Agency, as part of EWTN’s global media family, has a charism for making plain what is often obscured by political rhetoric. A...

Conflict Resolution: Lessons for a Divided America (2)

By Sarah Cornwell This is the second of a two-part series in which I consider what we in the U.S. may be able to learn...

Conflict Resolution: Lessons for a Divided America (1)

By Sarah Cornwell As we think about how best to address our deep divisions in the U.S., I hope to make the case for adopting...

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