Last month, the executives on the board of directors of Penguin India made the determination that it was best to settle an anti-defamation case that names the historian of religions, Wendy Doniger, as one of the defenda
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February 27, 2014
February 24, 2014
“IRONY. THE OPPOSITE OF WRINKLY” reads the message on a sweatshirt wife Harriet gave me, perhaps in reaction to my probable overuse of a topic.
February 20, 2014
Suddenly, there it was. Like a spaceship, it appeared and, in a flash, it was gone.
February 17, 2014
February 13, 2014
Grace—a word of such command, and, yet, one seldom spoken today. Has the word fallen out of favor? Or has grace itself? And, if we aren’t talking about grace, does that mean we are not living it?
February 10, 2014
The American Organist Magazine delights us each month as it serves the several thousands of us who, I am told, have to be content with inhabiting a “niche market.” After having paid respects to the pipe-organ and organi
February 6, 2014
Public Education and the Common Good: Is It Wrong to Send Your Child to Private School? — Matthew Petrusek
Allison Benedikt, a writer for Slate, published a self-described “manifesto” against private schooling (see Reference below).
February 3, 2014
“The devil should not have all the best tunes.” We baroque-loving church folk like to quote that, when justifying our devotion to jazz or, though not in my case, rock music.
January 30, 2014
The diversity and vitality of Christians in Palestine and Israel is startling if one takes into account the presence of all Christians from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
January 27, 2014
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