The TV series Homeland raises some grave real-world questions.
"Terrorism is not nearly as widespread as many people feared it would be after 9/11," says Charles Kurzman.
Of the texts appointed for Sunday, the tenth anniversary of what we now simply call 9/11, the Old Testament reading seems most capable of responding to the range of emotions we may feel as we remember the atrocities of that day.
To mark the anniversary of 9/11, we asked five Century contributors to reflect on the attacks and the decade that followed.
Despite all the attention given to remembering the al-Qaeda attacks of September 11, 2001, little attention has been given to one conspicuous aspect--the event has no name.