“This is decolonized land,” a young woman said. “This is a liberated zone.”
A Laredo pastor and his family are hard at work helping others, on both sides of the border.
It is the nature of a creature—or toy, or movie franchise—to outgrow its context and move on.
We know what's under the foundation—it’s the land, it‘s our ancestors.
When we talk about decolonization, we’re talking not only about giving land back but about decolonizing our minds and our lives.
He faces it.
Arthur Brooks gave the room an important assignment. President Trump turned it down.
The Trump administration is treating it as plunder. The Antiquities Act saw it as a bearer of stories and wonders.
The song I was created to live within and become
But for how long?
Keep going, says John.
Rethinking the woman at the well
Maybe not, say new books by Richard Wrangham and Nicholas Christakis.
How they engaged culture in troubling times
Walter Scheidel’s tour de force of world history is based almost entirely on counterfactuals.
Wright’s rereading of scripture is brilliant. Too bad he’s so disparaging of other viewpoints.
Stephen Fowl’s fresh approach to the study of idolatry