What Makes a Conflict "Religious"?
Sometimes our categories conceal more than they reveal
June 7, 2021
The 1776 Report: Mind the (Religion) Gap
The revealing omissions in Trump's revisionist history of American Christianity
February 25, 2021
Paul Tillich’s “religion is the soul of culture and culture is the form of religion” is not the only thing to say on the subject(s), but it is a provocative inspiration to those who reflect on and who write about each. Let me follow that inspiration ...
August 8, 2016
A Legacy Greater Than “I-Thou”: A Usable Bible and a Usable Martin Buber
What can German-Jewish philosopher Martin Buber still offer us fifty years after his death? Best known for his landmark book, I and Thou, which describes the possibility of encountering God when fully present to another person, Buber (1878-1965) w...