Connection and Celebration at the World's Parliament of Religions
At the height of racism in the US and Western colonialism, the Parliament was one attempt to mitigate human division and the sectarian passions nurtured and released by religious certainty.
May 25, 2023
Public Education as Cultural Battleground
Attacks on public schools cannot be extricated today or historically from the use of religion as a unifying source of grievance and a particular vision of the nation fueled by an intense fear about cultural change.
March 16, 2023
Martin Luther King Jr. and the Unfinished Work of Nonviolence
More than ever, Martin Luther King Jr.'s insistent critiques of the insidious and progressive nature of violence are relevant to our contemporary moment.
January 12, 2023
Moral Indignation and Reflections on Evangelicalism
The embrace of Herschel Walker by Georgia's white evangelicals reveals the betrayal of values once publicly espoused.