Given the class dynamics surrounding abortion, what methods should pro-life advocates adopt?
It’s surprisingly good advice—especially during a pandemic
COVID-19 in the form of the so-called “Delta” variant is once again on the rise. Yesterday the Centers for Disease…
Does curricular reform at Princeton warrant the conservative critique?
Which way does influence lie? It’s a question social conservatives need to ask.
George Packer’s catastrophism is bankrupt
Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) recently released its 2020 Census of American Religion. It revealed that white evangelical Christians have…
How the evangelical faithful embraced Donald Trump as a man of God
Which soaring ideals survive?
A National Prayer Breakfast is one thing. A National Day of Prayer is another.
Thirty-nine years ago this month my life changed as the result of a simple act that took place while seated…
What kind of majority rule does democracy require?
The trail in and out seems all too familiar
Choreographed struggle on the field. Real struggle all around it.
Anthea Butler has a quick answer: No
What does it take to stand upright in front of a statue?
A life may not merit a statue. But it does require a story.
In 2007 a Minneapolis bridge fell into the Mississippi River killing thirteen people and injuring 145. According to the National…
In early America, storytelling accompanied suffering. That legacy can help us today.
In an age of incivility, returning to the nation’s foundations may aid stability
On the battlefield at Gettysburg, competing historical narratives force an encounter with the truth