Edward Hirsch’s labor of love celebrates centuries of American verse, from Anne Bradstreet to Joy Harjo.
Brandan Robertson grounds his discussion of Christians and privilege in the kenosis hymn of Philippians 2.
David Zahl maps the conservative/liberal binary according to distinctions between high and low anthropologies.
It was mostly politics, argues historian Neall Pogue.
Heather Blurton explains the origins and legacy of an outrageous antisemitic lie: the fable of William of Norwich.
Biblical theologian Christa McKirland argues that it is.
ER doctor Thomas Fisher writes with moral clarity—and a whiff of hopelessness.
Hart believes that John Henry Newman and those quick to invoke him rely too much on a gaze backward into the past.