Victorians in Pursuit of Perfection
S. J. D. Green, Standpoint
The Re-release of Rome, Open City
K. V. Turley, Crisis
Hamilton: Neither Demon Nor Demigod
Bradley J. Birzer, Imaginative Conservative
How Well Should Pastors Be Paid?
R. C. Sproul, Ligonier
At the Center for Law and Religion Forum, my colleague Marc DeGirolami and I have recorded a podcast on last week’s oral argument in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby, the Contraception Mandate case. We address the background of the litigation, the rhetorical strategies adopted by each side, and the major doctrinal questions the Court will need to resolve. We also make predictions about how the Justices will ultimately rule. The podcast will be useful for students and others looking for an introduction to this extremely important case.
Remember how, towards the end of the Wayne’s World movies, Wayne and Garth would do ridiculous endings in the style of various other films, just before they’d get to the real final scene? . . . . Continue Reading »
More and more writersmost recently Jamelle Bouieare confidently asserting that Evangelicals were once pro-choice, but under the influence of Religious-Right organizations like Jerry . . . . Continue Reading »
Advice for a Happy Life
Charles Murray, Wall Street Journal
When Revolutions Hit Reality
Orlando Figes, Lapham’s Quarterly
The Grammar of “Abide with Me”
Geoffrey K. Pullum, Language Log
Is France Losing Its Panache?
A. A. Gill, Vanity Fair
Letter: Graham Greene to Elizabeth Greene