Two Fantastic Offers (plus pictures from Touchstone conference)

A very generous donor is underwriting all ebook purchases of Gratitude in Life’s Trenches for customers outside the USA and Canada for the two weeks from October 15-30. That means that if…

Train Crash Highlights Value of Community

Last Saturday afternoon seemed like an ordinary weekend for residents outside the sleepy town of Joplin, Montana. With a population of only 200, nothing much happens in this small farming community 150…

How I Came to Understand that Natural Rights are Fake

Regular readers will be aware that for some time I have been questioning the idea of natural rights. Natural rights are rights (things to which we are entitled) that are God-given, inalienable, a…

Mark Zuckerberg Has a Harem of Sex Workers that Facebook Doesn’t Want You Knowing About

As Instagram has transitioned from being a picture-sharing service to a self-branding platform, girls as young as 14 can cash in on stardom. However, in order for a girl to gain enough…

Recent Offerings

Now that I am fully recovered from COVID-19 (yes, for those who don’t know, I suffered a bad bout of COVID-19 in August, with a fever of over 100 degrees for a…

How the Sexual Revolution Cheapened Sex

My colleague at Salvo Magazine, Nicole King, makes some intriguing points about the strange itinerary we have reached with the sexual revolution. In Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World, he imagined a society…

Mars Hill Audio Journal Interview about Gratitude

I was recently interviewed by Ken Myers of the Mars Hill Audio Journal about my book Gratitude in Life’s Trenches: How to Experience the Good Life Even When Everything is Going Wrong.…

Touchstone Comes to Defense of Russell Moore

Some of you may know that I am editorial assistant for the Fellowship of St. James, which publishes Touchstone Magazine and Salvo. If you are not a subscriber to Touchstone, I would…

Young Earth Creationist Epistemology, Stephen Meyer, and ID

Through my work with Salvo Magazine, I have started to get involved in the Intelligent Design (ID) movement. I have found ID refreshing after my past involvement in the fideistic wing of…

Nine Things I Wish Someone Had Told Me About Parenting Teenagers

I first published this post in 2014, but am rerunning it now for the sake of many new readers who may not have seen this. Introduction Having been involved in raising five…

How Fr. Stephen De Young’s book, “The Religion of the Apostles” (Ancient Faith, 2021) Challenged My Understanding of the New Testament…and Jesus

When I received my copy of The Religion of the Apostles: Orthodox Christianity in the First Century by Fr. Stephen De Young, I felt I had finally come home. I expected the…

Letting go of Troubled Thoughts

I’ve started reading The Mystical Marriage: Spiritual Life According to St. Maximos the Confessor, translated and edited by Archimandrite Maximos Constas. I was struck by the following words from Archimandrite Maximos’ Introduction.…



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In this recent interview with Ancient Faith, I share some of the personal factors that led me to write Gratitude in Life...

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