Zombies, Cylons, Faith, and Politics at the End of the World
A review of Robert Joustra and Alissa Wilkinson
The apocalypse, it seems, is cultural and psychological rather than historical. One can only hope that this theory is right.
Food, Justice, and Money in the Twenty-First Century
A review of David Rieff
The binding constraint on progress against hunger and malnutrition is weak political commitment.
Shakespeare in 1606
From our 21st-century perch, William Shakespeare seems more reclusive than ever.
Grappling with Impossible Idealism, Drastic Choices, and the Overpowering Urge to Help
A review of Larissa MacFarquhar
If your mother is drowning in one location and two strangers in another, should you save your mother or the two strangers?
A review of Thomas S. Kidd and Barry Hankins
Ebenezer Kinnersly illustrates the depth of the controversy over outward manifestations of inner religious experience.
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