Why do so many try to lighten the impact of Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech?
College campuses have been in the vanguard of most major social movements.
Soldiers are dying for a failed, arrogant, theologically unjust, and immoral war policy.
George Lucas may have had a role in my childhood, but it's not up to him to tell my story for me.
A school claims video games help students learn to "manage complexity." But will they understand culture?
In her generally fine article, Lisa Sowle Cahill states, “euthanasia or physician-assisted suicide is not an acceptable answer to the stress of human death.”
No, nothing, she says, that is not God’s, and we approach a crow ripping the entrails of a truck-crushed fox, and the crow flees
I very much appreciated “The Art of Dying” by Lisa Sowle Cahill (June 2010).
September 2010: 'Come, Rejoice With Me'; October 2010: The Nature of Faith
I live in Los Angeles and work among progressively minded folks (Jesus-following and not). During and since the Proposition 8 vote, I have found a great deal of secular commentary on gay marriage.
In the September-October issue, Danny Duncan Collum cuts through paranoid misrepresentations of community organizing to the quiet, hopeful truth: Congregation-based organizing groups are helping pe