Image by Ted Eytan from Washington, DC, USA. The Supreme Court’s nationalization of same-sex marriage this summer in Obergefell v. Hodges leaves Christians with a lot of work to do—at almost every level. Most of the work isn’t new, but the cultural landmark that Obergefell represents
Matthew is a political theorist who works especially within the Thomistic-Aristotelian natural law tradition. He also loves Burke, barbecue, and bluegrass. He and his Southern wife, Ruthie, have three children, Jackson, Harry, and Mary Clement. Read more about Matthew here.