Return of the Strong Gods is for the most part a critique of American social and political thought since World War II.
In modern America, we have decided that punishing children for the perceived crimes of their parents is both acceptable and practical.
St. Paul wrote, “Ye are no more strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and of the household of God.”
The issues of migration and immigration have not gone away since “The Nation and the Common Good.” In fact, they have become even more contentious.
This editorial, written by TLC editor Clifford P. Morehouse (1904-77), addresses the responsibility of the Episcopal Church to a substantial population of new residents of the United States in the wake of the Second World War.
Only the largest construction firms used union labor. Everybody else went to the underpass. At the end of my brother's life, he was making less per hour than he did as an apprentice.
The grammar of the GOE Holy Scripture question bears witness: Scripture is now viewed primarily as problem.