Asserting the Value of Life-I

This article was written by Kylie Decelis. Kylie is a Maltese blogger. Her writings centre around pro-life issues and conservative politics, with the occasional post about Church tradition. Any fan of the Doctor Who saga knows that Listen, the fourth episode of the eighth series, delves into one of childhood’s infamous worries. Many people understand the feeling … More Asserting the Value of Life-I

Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-II

This article was written by Connor Attard, a fellow Maltese traditionalist and contributor. The Contrast The Qur’an consists entirely of direct speech, and offers very little in the way of historical context or details about Muhammad’s personal life. Verses are loosely organised into chapters by theme, and the chapters themselves are sorted in descending order of … More Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-II

The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and the Catholic Vote: How Businessman Donald Trump Won-II

Catholic Saints such as St. Augustine of Hippo who said: “Sometimes, indeed, this lustful cruelty, or if you please, cruel lust, resorts to such extravagant methods as to use poisonous drugs to secure barrenness; or else, if unsuccessful in this, to destroy the conceived seed by some means previous to birth, preferring that its offspring … More The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and the Catholic Vote: How Businessman Donald Trump Won-II

The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and the Catholic Vote: How Businessman Donald Trump Won-I

On November 8,2016, 70-year-old American businessman Donald Trump was elected President of the United States. He won 59,611,551 votes and 302 electoral votes to Hillary Clinton’s 59,813,991 and 232 electoral votes. He won the Evangelical vote by 81% to 16% and the Catholic vote by 52% to 45%. On social issues, he is pro-life, opposed to … More The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election and the Catholic Vote: How Businessman Donald Trump Won-I

Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-I

This article was written by Connor Attard, a fellow Maltese traditionalist and contributor. When faced with criticism of the Qur’an’s violent passages, Muslim apologists and their political allies in the West often respond by pointing out the violent passages in the Old Testament. This is a debate tactic known as moral equivalence, in which a speaker … More Violence in the Qur’an and the Old Testament-I