The Religious Roots of Unbelief from Luther to Marx
A review of Dominic Erdozain
Christians fail to realize that the responsibility for rebellion against the faith lies invariably at their own door.
Poverty & Profit in the American City
A review of Matthew Desmond
In poor communities like the one where I live and work, evictions are not the exception. They’re the norm.
A review of Marilynne Robinson
To meet others as God meets us—prickly and imprecise and difficult though we may sometimes be—is a kind of grace.
Balancing political realism with an openness to grace is not easy. But Arendt and Kiess propose just such a balance, so that “politics becomes the art of being born.”
Sexual Purity and American Adolescence
New Perspectives on Christian Purity
A review of Sarah Moslener and Dianna Anderson
Human sexuality is fraught, particularly when mixed with the complexities of culture, religion, patriarchy, and adolescence.
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