Michael Foley Associate Professor of Patristics, Baylor University Each year the holidays bring with them an increase in both the consumption of alcoholand concern about drinking’s harmful effects. Alcohol abuse is no laughing matter, but is it sinful to drink and make merry, moderately and responsibly, during a holy seasonRead More →

By ALANNA KETLER, Collective Evolution Every single night when we go to sleep, we dream. Sometimes we remember our dreams and sometimes we don’t, yet we have them nevertheless. But what is the purpose of dreaming, if there is one? Where do we go when we dream? Can we control them, and is thereRead More →

For most people today, socialism is associated with a secular or atheistic worldview. Since the October Revolution of 1917, most socialist regimes have built on Marxist doctrines, and taken clear anti-religious stances. From another perspective, however, secular or anti-religious socialism is exceptional, and religious socialism common. The vast majority ofRead More →