The Case for a Godly Conservatism

2024-02-24 06:01:18

It is a story well known within conservatism. In his autobiography Witness, Whittaker Chambers recounted that staring at his infant daughter’s ear while feeding her one morning provoked a crisis, ending his atheism. The ear, Chambers reflected, evidenced a design that a materialist worldview such as communism, the worldview that was his own, could not explain. The appearance of design sparked his consideration of a designer: God. Chambers, at the time a spy for the Soviet Union and later a contributor to National Review, would eventually become a Christian.

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