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Grayson Quay is a freelance writer. His work has been published in The National Interest, Reason, and The American Conservative. He earned his M.A. in English literature from Georgetown University in 2019.
Jordan Peterson's heralded return to YouTube was marked with a very out of character statement that may reveal a new found faith in God.
We have entered an era of profanity where the divine is blasé, and diversity is sacred. Predictably this leads to some ridiculous statements on college campuses.
The shootings in Kenosha show just how far American politics, both left and right, have descended towards the state of nature described by Hobbes and Locke.
As Americans struggle more desperately to find meaning in a hyperstimulating world, the death of any regard for philosophy may be killing the soul of the United States.
For some in academia, that there could soon be a vaccine for COVID-19 is less important than who leads the charge in developing that vaccine.
The true value of your actions lie not in the effect they have, but instead in the kind of person they make you into.
Perhaps somewhat forgotten in the societal and economic turmoil of the novel coronavirus is the effect it is having on American religious life.
Hidden away in an early chapter of Animal Farm, before the reader has caught even a whiff of Napoleon’s totalitarian ambitions, a single word reveals the moral rot at the core of Communism.
Jimmy Fallon had a moment of panic when he thought he'd offended a drag queen and put his career in jeopardy.
The 1662 edition of the Book of Common Prayer has one service that doesn't line up with how many modern Christians think of church, or God.
If there’s no such thing as a free individual, then free speech simply doesn’t exist.
Porta dos Fundos and Netflix view themselves as defenders of free speech, but they aren't risking anything by poking fun at Christians.
George Carlin once claimed that human rights are "imaginary." He's wrong, and for many reasons.
There are plenty of candidates for the worst Christmas song. "Mary, Did You Know" should not be one of them.
The fact that Rolling Stone attempts to cite science to justify porn and villainize self-control shows our lack of consensus on virtue.
When the theory exploded onto the scene in 1927 (first proposed, by the way, by Catholic priest and astronomer Georges Lemaître), it was seen as a blow to atheists and a vindication of Christianity.
If Daenerys Targaryen is a feminist icon, she's certainly a problematic one.
Given our society's current inability to engage in rational discourse, a renewed appreciation for the logos as a shared commitment to seeking and articulating truth could be our only hope.
George Orwell and Charles Dickens offer some disturbing insight into how totalitarianism works.
Shakespeare's solution to toxic masculinity is a message we would be wise to consider.
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