The Temptation of Secular Conservatism

At First Things, William Doino, Jr. makes the argument that “the only kind of conservatism that counts is a Christ-centered one.” He believes that conservatives have strayed from Judeo-Christian values in order to win over moderate voters. However, “traditional conservatives should certainly seek to elect capable and morally responsible leaders and work with non-religious allies as far as conscience permits,” he writes. “But lines need to be drawn, and core values need to be preserved.” 

Read at First Things

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