Are science and religion enemies or friends? Neither, says Peter Harrison—but they're both forms of virtue.
"Poetry invites you to have an experience. It doesn't want you to drift away into inattention. It wants to grab you."
Amanda Porterfield details the degree of rationalist skepticism in 1790s America—and its demise in the face of a Protestant counterattack.
"No whining!" the plaque on my study wall all but shouts. Steven D. Smith does not whine as he invades a territory frequented by whiners.