Articles tagged as Gerard Bradley

  • “Moral Constitutionalism”– Gerry Bradley in First Things

    by James Wilson Institute on February 16, 2021
    In an essay for the print edition of First Things, JWI Senior Scholar and Trustee Gerry Bradley argues that the dominant form of originalism has failed conservatives time and time again in matters of moral consequence, and a reassessment of it is in order. Originalism, he writes, does indeed remain the correct way of deciding […]
  • Announcing Three New JWI Trustees

    by James Wilson Institute on February 10, 2021
    We are pleased to introduce three new additions to our 2021 JWI Board of Trustees: Mrs. Mary Ellen Bork, Prof. Gerry Bradley and Mr. Michael Crofton. Mary Ellen Bork is a freelance writer and lecturer on issues of Catholic life and culture. Over the years, she has been an advocate for the pro-life and conservative legal movements, promoting Catholic culture […]
  • “Scenes From A Revolution? After Bostock”: Gerard Bradley in the National Catholic Register

    by James Wilson Institute on July 30, 2020
    JWI friend and Notre Dame law professor Gerard Bradley argues in the National Catholic Register that Bostock v. Clayton County need not be understood as a sweeping, regime-altering decision, such as previous Supreme Court decisions like Roe v. Wade and Obergefell v. Hodges. In Roe and Obergefell, the Court embarked on exercises of constitutional revision, […]
  • “Steps from God…to the Religion of the Self” — Prof. Arkes in The Catholic Thing

    by James Wilson Institute on October 9, 2019
    In an article titled, “Steps from God…to the Religion of the Self” in The Catholic Thing, Prof. Hadley Arkes traces the transformation of the identification of religion solely with beliefs rather than with a combination of beliefs and reasoned truths. The erosion of the meaning of religion, Prof. Arkes says, can be most clearly seen […]