What’s replacing it?
Tom Holland doesn’t shout that secularists have no clothes. He whispers that they bear a Christian label.
Can Christian hope survive the onslaught against black life?
There are two conditions Meghan O'Gieblyn can't escape: Christianity and Midwesternness.
Can Christianity make universal claims without being exclusivist?
Kevin Young and Kurt Andersen each argue that fake news is nothing new.
In an effort to triumph over the religious right, many progressive Christians have married their faith and politics to the Democratic Party, leaving little to no gap between their political visions and the party’s policies. Instead of celebrating this as a successful strategy for re-ascendency, I see it compromising radical Christian commitments to peace and justice.
Analyzing the relationship between faith and the political left—its history and present condition—reveals a century filled with antagonisms. But there are also affinities and technologies for continuing rapprochement. Historically there has been an undeniable antagonism between religion and communism.
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