Weekend Reading

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Update 30/1: Feser has posted an extended look at Coyne’s Faith v Fact over at his blog, Debased Coynage.

Joseph Pearce on the modern slandering of the Middle Ages.

In Revenge of the Sacred, Joseph Bottum discusses Houellebecq’s novel Submission, at LibertyLaw blog.

Dwight Longenecker on Myth and Universal Longing at The Imaginative Conservative.

Bruce Frohnen on the substitution of principle for will in legal judgement at The University Bookman.

Margaret Hagen on an idol of the times, transgenderism, at Public Discourse.

Fr. George Rutler on the Vatican’s reception of David Bowie’s death and political correctness at Crisis.

Edward Feser reviews Jerry Coyne’s Faith versus Fact: Why Science and Religion Are Incompatible at First Things.

William Carroll reviews Michael Hanby’s  No God, No Science? Theology, Cosmology, and Biology over at Public Discourse. 

Christopher Caldwell reviews Birzer’s  Russell Kirk: American Conservative in the NYT.

Picture:  The Fight between Carnival and Lent (1559) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

1 comment for “Weekend Reading

  1. January 29, 2016 at 5:51 pm

    even keep it up

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