From time to time I write on faith and culture in other places around the web. You can find those pieces here.
At The Federalist: What the Alt-Right gets dead wrong about Western culture.
At Aleteia: Shakespeare's best comedy brings the painful joy of grace to life onstage.
At Aleteia: A new psychological study tells us what we already knew -- that we use moral outrage as a smokescreen to hide our sense of unrighteousness. So are science and faith natural allies after all?
At Acculturated: In Martin Scorsese's Silence, Christ transcends culture and upbringing despite the sophistry of the film's main characters.
At Patheos: President Trump may be an ideological nightmare, but he did something his educated detractors couldn't bring themselves to do: he acknowledged the simple facts on the ground. That's why none of us elites saw him coming.
At Aleteia: According to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, we're nightmarishly close to Armageddon. How's a Christian to respond?
At Patheos and Unfundamentalist: Despite a groundswell of Christian support, Donald Trump's life philosophy seems to be almost exactly the opposite of Christianity.
At Aleteia: On Shakespeare's 452nd birthday, the Bard still speaks volumes about faith. And he does it without ever mentioning God.