Resident Aliens at 25
Resident Aliens affirmed the strange way we Americans deal with our racial history and its current realities by indirection, innuendo, and avoidance.
I understand Resident Aliens as a response to the sort of civil religion that makes people worse than they would be otherwise.
Time to enjoy the world
I've spent the last few months in guilty inactivity. I've discovered that the world doesn't seem to need me to improve it.
The story of Bartholomäus Ziegenbalg
In mainline churches, "mission" is both buzzword and expletive. Into this circle of American anxiety comes a gentle rebuke from the Tamils.
Evolution and the problem of suffering
For Andrew Elphinstone, human selfishness and violence are not evidence of a world gone wrong. They show a person ripe for transformation.
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