The insight is timely, given the two-year anniversary of lockdowns that we’ve recently observed.
The threat which such thinking posed to theistic beliefs was not lost on the Roman Catholic Church when Pope Pius IX convened the First Vatican Council of 1869.
The new Christmas horror-comedy Silent Night offers a shrewd indictment of both mindless secularism and authoritarian science.
Dr. Meyer isn’t merely tearing down a competing, nihilistic picture of reality, but instead revealing the positive, meaningful one toward which science increasingly directs our attention.
Conceding that churches and synagogues aren’t “essential businesses” was a devastating admission for many professional religious leaders to make.