I wish I’d had Mark Charles and Soong-Chan Rah’s book when I was in college.
Politics & Society
Trump’s new policies are creating confusion and misery.
“We have remade our nation before and we can do it again.”
What we can learn from the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector
Theodore Hiebert’s deft reading elicits a fresh awareness of the legitimacy of the other in Genesis.
Nicaragua’s liberator has become its dictator.
Melissa Rogers considers what a healthy role for religion in American public life might look like.
Each year a Hindu priest asks my students to “worship our own, but respect all.” They find the second part easier.
US officials have been lying about the war since it started. Why don’t we care?
Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz shows how the post-9/11 US has intensified control of women’s bodies.
How human isolation from the rest of the world keeps us from thriving.
Putting flesh on the bones of justice
Susan Neiman considers how Americans might learn from Germany.
The virtue of kindness depends on who we see as kin.