The Century executive editor is shaped by Baptist piety, Lutheran theology, and the novels of Anthony Powell.
Several high-profile editors resigned at the New Republic magazine last week after owner Chris Hughes announced he was moving the magazine toward becoming a “vertically integrated digital media company.”
For many observers, the rebellion signaled not only the demise of TNR but the inevitable eclipse of thoughtful journalism at the hands of media gurus like Hughes, who purportedly value only the number of links clicked and webpages viewed.
Writer Francis Spufford
“There needs to be a reason before the reasons began why you’d engage with an argument about God at all. This, I think, is where it makes sense to speak in the language of experience, of emotion.”
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Religious freedom expert Brent Walker
“Many religious liberty accommodations will have absolutely no effect on the rights of third parties. Those are easier cases.”
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