Contemporary paganism meets modern individualism.
Today I have a new essay up at National Review discussing why American progressives can no longer refer to themselves as "the party of science." If the last few years have revealed anything, it's that our ideological battles are inescapably religious. Here's an excerpt: The inconvenient truth is that there is no “party of science,” [...]
The following is a guest essay by my friend Caleb Wait. What does one do when their house is on fire? Californians, such as myself, have to think about this question more often than most Americans. While there may not be one correct answer, one generally is inclined to salvage the essentials, whatever is priceless, [...]
I have a new piece up at The Gospel Coalition today on the power of sanctified laughter. With the help of Peter Hitchens and a very bad novel, I make the case that some sin deserves mockery rather than hand-wringing solemnity. Here's an excerpt: I get why the suggestion that sometimes we ought to laugh [...]