God in a Godless Time

From the June/July 2003 Print Edition

If someone were to ask: “How do things stand with the ‘God Question?’” many of us would be inclined to respond spontaneously: “Is there such a question?” “Certainly not!” maintain the thoroughgoing rationalists and scientists, who claim that the concept of God cannot be presented in . . . . Continue Reading »

What Is Left of Socialism

From the October 2002 Print Edition

Karl Marx—a powerful mind, a very learned man, and a good German writer—died 119 years ago. He lived in the age of steam; never in his life did he see a car, a telephone, or an electric light, to say nothing of later technological devices. His admirers and followers used to say and some keep . . . . Continue Reading »