Without God, the West is Not

Regardless of what one thinks of Whittaker Chambers, this letter succinctly reflects the condition of the West in the 1950s, which held to forms produced by a Christian, while denying its source.

Combine Chamber’s thoughts with Alexis de Tocqueville (“America is great because she is good. If America ceases to be good, America will cease to be great”) and you have a pretty good idea why this country cannot arrest it’s slide into the morass.]

Today the dominant narrative is that Christianity is the enemy. Just imagine that.


Add to these witnesses Alexander Solvenityn’s indictment of Western Culture with his Harvard Commencement speech and one cannot say that we have not been warned.

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