An economist explains why reducing the deficit will require big cuts in military spending.
For David Fraccaro, the immigration debate isn't just politics: It's faith.
An ethic of endless economic growth, powered by fossil fuels, is ultimately unsustainable.
It’s ironic that the explosive, high-budget thrill rides understand so little about their own themes.
David Cortright calls for realism in his excellent “How to Rid the World of Nuclear Weapons” (May 2010), but he hardly mentions the role our war industry/military/congressional alliance
The 'Low Holy Days' of Summer
Thank you for the recent John Fea essay ("Those Who Will Not Learn from History," May 2010) on the educational lunacy going on in Texas.
The hospital chaplain who sits in the room of a sick child in Chicago and brings the child to God—not with words but by her quiet presence.
I was quoted by Dr. Soong-Chan Rah and Jason Mach in “Is the Emerging Church for Whites Only?” (May 2010).
Your article "Destroying West Virginia" (Onleilove Alston, June 2010) tore at me.
The God’s Politics blog launched “Voices From the Gulf” — a series of blo