Should we stay or should we go? Being rooted in one place is a good thing, but faithfulness doesn't end where the road begins.
Between 2003 and 2006, the Pentagon database TALON kept tabs on thousands of “potential threats.”
A new, more civil conversation is emerging with gays and lesbians on evangelical campuses.
The Bank's new head has community-level anti-poverty expertise—and many challenges to face.
The Vatican attacks on Catholic sisters will sap the church's impact in the world.
If the forces of pluralism don’t write the next chapter in the American story, the forces of prejudice will.
The lion helped inspire my hope to write a biblical and theological defense of the common good, something that has been almost lost in our age of selfishness.
The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatism, by Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson. Oxford University Press. Ayn Rand Nation: The Hidden Struggle for America's Soul, by Gary Weiss. St. Martin's Press.
Three highlights from Full Frame are films that mingle mature cinematic craft with ethical depth.
Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices, by The Welcome Wagon. Asthmatic Kitty Records.
God and the Godforsaken — Searching Harmonies — In Shadows and Hope — Bible Culture 101
Excerpt from Song of a Scientist: The Harmony of a God-Soaked Creation, by Calvin B. DeWitt
Author and advice columnist Cheryl Strayed on writing and walking her way out of grief.
Thank you for your article “Destroying Our Rights to Save Them” (by Dianna Ortiz, April 2012) about indefinite incarceration.
As an enthusiastic new subscriber, I was stung by the article “Death by Individualism,” by Danny Duncan Collum (May 2012). My family abstains from vaccinations, but “selfishness” is certainly not our motivation.
I wonder how many more people would be on the Innocence List of inmates wrongfully sentenced to the death (“The Innocence List,” by Kimberly Burge, April 2012) if Sonia “Sunny” Jacobs and people like her were included.
Our June 2012 issue described Rebecca Barrett-Fox, interviewed in “The Face of Hate,” as a former editor of The Journal of Hate Studies; in fact, she is its book review editor, while interviewer Joanie Eppinga is its former editor and current assistant editor. We regret the error.
Look out -- Big Brother is watching you.