How We Think

We cannot separate our thinking from our interactions with a community because thought isn’t merely analytical problem-solving.

Acts and Eugenics

Luke's book of the Acts of the Apostles teaches us what it means that "God shows no partiality."

Another Angle on Cradles

The question is whether we can learn to use religious language as a form of self-emptying, not self-justification.

Catholics and prayer in public schools

The conjunction of two recent articles on American Catholic history, specifically the history of prayer in schools, provides a timely warning for church involvement in politics.

Atheists at prayer for Christmas

Spencer Case: “Dear God, I have come to the conclusion you probably don’t exist, but I’ve also come to the conclusion that any one view I hold may turn out to be mistaken, however unlikely the odds seem.”