How the Emergence of the Home Chapel Fills a Spiritual Void

How the Emergence of the Home Chapel Fills a Spiritual Void

What do you get for the homeowner who has everything? In today’s materialist world, the answer is to look for something new and trendy. The market is full of new gadgets and home improvements to maximize comfort and convenience. Order Today: Return to Order: From a Frenzied Economy to an Organic Christian Society—Where We’ve Been, … Read more

Could Your House Become a Squatter’s Human Right?

Could Your House Become a Squatter’s Human Right?

Imagine dining at a restaurant. The waiter delivers his food. The patron gets up for a moment to thank the cook. Meanwhile, another person rushes over, occupies the table, and refuses to leave. The patron registers shock and then anger. However, the occupier, enjoying the food, claims it is his human right. Only after a … Read more

Is the End of the American Office a Good Thing?

As the lockdowns swept the nation, governments and companies encouraged employees to work from home. Almost instantly, the number of remote workers is believed to have doubled or even tripled. The business world was thrown into a gigantic, unplanned experiment involving work habits and relationships with many unresolved questions. Tech-giant Google has committed to keeping … Read more

Help Your Children Graduate? Stay Married

Children do better when their parents stay together. The above statement is obvious to pro-family advocates. While there may be exceptions to the general rule, they automatically accept that children in stable homes have a big advantage over their peers. A Cautionary Tale When I began my teaching career in the mid-eighties, I had the … Read more