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February 18, 2020

Building the Benedict Option

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In contemporary lingo, you might say the Bruderhof was started by the “Ben-Oppers” of a hundred years ago, who were tired of mere talk and ready to build something new. A small group moved from cosmopolitan Berlin to the middle of nowhere, and what...

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November 26, 2019

In Defense of Dogged Little Outposts

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Marilynne Robinson sure knows how to string words together artfully... I love her phrase “dogged little outpost.” Sometimes Danthonia feels like a dogged little outpost too, especially when we are at the mercy of the elements (as we have been this...

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July 30, 2019

Toward a Family Friendly Economy

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If we ignore the fact that socialist politicians (especially of the contemporary variety) generally take a dim view of good old-fashioned values, and look at economics alone, we might ask whether a “socialistic economic life” is indeed the most...

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