Though some of his admirers may find it difficult to believe now,
Dietrich Bonhoeffer was not widely known in the years immediately
following World War II, save perhaps as one of a band of courageous
pastors and theologians in Germany who resisted the Nazi regime of Adolf
Karl Marlantes's new book is not fiction, but it develops the idea of his novel Matterhorn: that war provides a
sense of transcendence that can be found nowhere else.
It's time for the talk, says Sandra Steingraber: the talk about the pollutants that are
infiltrating our lives and threatening the health of all of us,
especially our children.