Maybe Christian Realism is the best option we have today.
Looking at history through questions of power, sexual agency, and morality
Reading books is a virtuous act.
John Stackhouse's real-world ethics primer covers just about every subject, but it leaves out an important one.
When we fall in love with our own moral positions, we lose sight of how to stand up against evil.
Our political discourse features strong convictions about moral obligations—and widespread uncertainty about where they come from.
The comedy series doesn’t feel didactic—despite the fact that it features actual moral philosophy lessons.
Andrew Shtulman's book isn't just about understanding data. It's about moral concern.
“We live differently than we say we live. There’s moral judgment all around.”
The delight I felt while reading this book needs further interrogation, because its stories deal with troublesome subjects.