SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Brendan O'Neill

July 13, 2020
“Is the accuser always holy now?” John Proctor’s words in Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible should ring in our ears in 2020. We have found ourselves in a world in which accusation too often equals guilt. Accusers have become sacred beings, their pointed finger of condemnation often being enough to destroy a person’s career or
November 23, 2017
Gender relativism is an abdication of responsibility and a threat to the teaching of truth
November 23, 2017
What a weird attitude we have to children today. We curtail their freedom when it comes to play and food and the rough-and-tumble of school life. We don’t let them run wild in the great outdoors, for fear they’ll be kidnapped or encounter some plant we’ve convinced ourselves they’re allergic to. Schools forbid their taste
June 10, 2015
Atheists share with Christians the plight of being persecuted worldwide for their convictions. They must unite to demand the freedom to follow their beliefs – whatever they may be
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