COMMENTARY: Common-Sense Center Must Assert Itself

Print More

Active RNS subscribers and members can view this content by logging-in here.

c. 2005 Religion News Service (UNDATED) In 1919, after a pointless war had decimated Europe’s youth, Irish poet W.B. Yeats wrote an epitaph for the center, where common sense, compromise and reason join hands to sustain civilization. “Things fall apart,” he wrote; “the centre cannot hold.” He blamed the “blood-dimmed tide” on too little “conviction” […]

Comments are closed.