Category Archives: Christendom

Taking the easy way out

Sohrab Ahmari is an impetuous young man, new to his Christian faith, and ready to take the easy and sub-Christian route while pretending to be tough-minded and über-Christian. Continue reading

Posted in Christendom, Christianity generally, Civil Religion, irony, lifeworks, Political Matters, the worst are full of passionate intensity | Tagged , ,

To build anew

I haven’t been closely following the story of the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral fire for reasons at least partly alluded to in my more casual blog: There’s so much chaos and tourism associated with Notre Dame that my experience … Continue reading

Posted in Christendom, lifeworks, Roman Catholicism

A stable dystopia

A dystopia is not a place that is threatened by genuine chaos — quite the opposite. It’s a moral horror because it actually stabilizes around evil things. The thing that was horrifying about Brave New World or 1984 was precisely … Continue reading

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Europe, Political Parties

Some original content for a change — not that there’s anything wrong with compiling worthy snippets and links, mind you. Continue reading

Posted in Christendom, Europe, Political Matters, solidarity

Clips and comments, 1/22/19

Burying the dead, When Death Comes, Death of Christian Culture … I’m really not death-obsessed. It just happened. Continue reading

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The Vincentian Canon

I long ago committed to memory — in Latin, no less — quod semper, quod ubique, et quod ab omnibus creditum est. I also made sure I knew the English meaning, since I don’t speak Latin (and nobody has set … Continue reading

Posted in Christendom, Christianity generally, Faith & Ideology, Orthodoxy, Roman Catholicism

Clippings, 11/24/18

There are web aggregators that are disciplined and regular. This is my ill-discipline and irregular aggregation for today. Continue reading

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Friday 10/12/18

Varied, and I can’t unequivocally say that the first item is most important, though it’s very important indeed. Continue reading

Posted in antifa, Bread & Circuses, Christendom, Christianity generally, Evangelicalism, Heckler's Veto, Internet, Jeremiad, Journalism, Legalia, Life political issues, Naked Emperors, Political Matters, Protestantism, Religiopreneurs, Roman Catholicism, Speech & Press, the worst are full of passionate intensity, Thrown down gauntlet

Jordan Peterson

Jordan Peterson, improbable cultural “rock star,” has been on a tear, and the Christianosphere is talking. Heck, the Babylon Bee even got into it. There is no neutral standpoint, so it is legitimate to ask “where’s Jordan Peterson coming from?” … Continue reading

Posted in Calvinism, Christendom, Christianity generally, Evangelicalism, Orthodoxy, Pelagianism, Protestantism | 2 Comments

Monday, 10/30/17

A potpourri with no common thread. Continue reading

Posted in Asceticism, Built Environment and Infrastructure, Christendom, Christianity generally, Damn rackets, Ecclesiology, Evangelicalism, History, Identitarianism, Journalism, Political Matters, Pre-American Christianity, Protestantism, Roman Catholicism, Sacramental Tapestry, Scientism, Thrown down gauntlet | 2 Comments