The Political Theology of Abortion
The Political Theology of Abortion Christian conservatives weren’t always pro-life. They became pro-life—and changed Christianity in the process.
Death and Friendship in the Sordid Swamp
Death and Friendship in the Sordid Swamp Washington DC is an amazing place to live.
Against the Cult of Productivity
Against the Cult of Productivity Is it possible to live forever through one's writing?
Ukraine’s Interests Are Not Our Own
Ukraine’s Interests Are Not Our Own That’s why we should help them try to win their war, even if it’s a long shot.
Is There Such Thing as the Common Good?
Is There Such Thing as the Common Good? Truth is real, but it's not real for everyone.
Uncomfortably Numb
Uncomfortably Numb As I watch the latest horrors come to light in Ukraine, I am reminded just how easily the world got used to civilian massacres in Bosnia.
Will Vladimir Putin Ever Face Divine Justice?
Will Vladimir Putin Ever Face Divine Justice? In times of tragedy, the case for an afterlife—and ultimate punishment—is strengthened.
The New Abnormal
The New Abnormal Even if we avoid a nuclear holocaust or a nasty cyber conflict, the Ukraine War will have transformed the world.
We Need to Talk About a No-Fly Zone
We Need to Talk About a No-Fly Zone It may still be a bad idea but there’s no way to know for sure unless we discuss specifics.
The Ugly Truth About No-Fly Zones
The Ugly Truth About No-Fly Zones If we get directly involved in the Ukraine war, we probably won’t win.