David Dark searches for God in popular culture, considering film, television and rock music in his quest for what he calls apocalyptic, or revelatory, art.
Daniel Callahan, best known for almost single-handedly starting the bioethics movement in this country, here tackles our fascination with research.
Without the myths that form its spiritual “glue” the United States would disintegrate, argues historian Richard Hughes.
The Farmer’s Diner in Barre, Vermont, serves the foods you would expect at a diner—ham and eggs, home fries, hamburgers, milkshakes. And it serves them at prices you would expect—the average check is about $7.50.
Thirty years ago “ecological theology” was a new phenomenon.
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