November 22, 2018
The Journal of Controversial Ideas will offend progressives. But let's remember that controversy is not valuable in and of itself
November 22, 2018
Last week, the Vatican dramatically blocked the US bishops’ proposals to tackle the crisis. What happens next?
November 22, 2018
Nestorius (386-450) was born in Germanicia in the Roman Province of Syria – now Kahramanmaraş, in Turkey. He became a monk in a monastery in Antioch, capital of the province, and soon won a reputation for piety and good sermons. On that basis, in 428, Emperor Theodosius II appointed him to the newly vacant Archdiocese
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