Theo Hobson

Religion

Feminism’s sexual inadequacy

How current liberal orthodoxy discourages us from thinking in terms of morality

By Theo Hobson

Religion

Meghan and the politicization of the soul

All psyches are of equal worth, but some are of more equal worth than others

By Theo Hobson

Faith

Is America now a Catholic country?

The ascent of Biden marks a new chapter in the story of America and religion

By Theo Hobson

Books

I’m bored of Martin Amis

An author who makes his name by elevating style over substance so dramatically cannot come back from it

By Theo Hobson

Faith

Racism is a sin and we are all sinners

It is naive of the affronted conservative to deny that he or she carries any significant trace of racism

By Theo Hobson

Faith

Is universalism the true cause of left-wing anti-Semitism?

Karl Marx was an anti-Semite and a Jew, and socialism inherits and adapts Jewish ideas of social justice and the day of judgment

By Theo Hobson

Art

Martin Luther King’s vision is being betrayed by progressives

Martin Luther King’s vision was Christian, American, and liberal in a Jeffersonian way. Modern progressives conveniently forget this

By Theo Hobson

Books

Will white supremacy always haunt America?

I found Ta-Nehisi Coates’ book We Were Eight Years in Power surprisingly engaging. It combines a calm, friendly voice with a message of cold extremity. The message is that the sin of white supremacy is the true plot of US history. By trying to cure it, Obama exposed its true torrential force. The geniality of […]

By Theo Hobson

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