By Jonathon Van Maren Nearly half a dozen times in the last month, I have seen media stories say precisely the opposite thing, about precisely the same event. This time around, it was a reporter from TIME magazine getting choke-slammed by a member of Donald Trump’s Secret Service detail, which most of the media is…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren Here is this week’s culture update! **** As Donald J. Trump marches ever closer to securing the Republican nomination, those of us who recognize him for the narcissistic charlatan that he is had the pleasure of watching him get thoroughly thrashed by Marco Rubio during the CNN debate. Douglas Wilson’s comment…Details
How should Christians interact with literature and art? What should they be reading? Jonathon Van Maren sits down with Dr. Scott Masson and Dr. Bill Friesen to discuss these thing.
Tim Challies is a Christian author, blogger, and speaker who writes for a large audience at Challies.com. He joins Jonathon Van Maren to discuss how to keep homes and communities porn-free.
By Jonathon Van Maren I’ve seen plenty of political rallies, and heard plenty of stump speeches. But nothing quite compares to the day I spent with my fiancée in Charleston, South Carolina, where the Republican Civil War was underway. When we arrived at Charleston College, we discovered that Ted Cruz’s event with Fox News host…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren It shouldn’t be surprising that every media outlet in the Western world is scrambling to print a wildly-titled article on Pope John Paul II’s friendship with a female Polish academic, but it is tiresome and irritating. Every columnist within reach of a typewriter is salivating over two things: First, that a…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren Sorry for the late update this week—I’m still on a campus tour in Florida, so Internet connections come and go and it’s harder to find the time to review all articles! **** I was pleasantly surprised to see Ted Morton in the Calgary Herald last week, delivering a welcome broadside to…Details
Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter joins Jonathon Van Maren to tell his story. Pinchas lived through the Warsaw Ghetto, witnessed the Warsaw Uprising, and survived five concentration camps.
By Jonathon Van Maren I can now tell you, with almost complete certainty, what the next several hundred online news articles about Donald Trump will be called: “Donald Trump finally goes too far.” Or perhaps: “This time, Trump has gone too far.” In a burst of creativity, some clickbait writer may even come up with:…Details
By Jonathon Van Maren The culture update is a day late this week, because I’ve just been driving across the United States to Florida to engage students on university campuses on the abortion issue—but better late than never! **** Melanie Phillips lamented in The Spectator that the idea of being “transgendered” was rapidly developing into…Details