Those who indict prior generations for “lying” because their histories differ from modern-day telling’s in scope or emphasis, plainly demonstrate what anthropologists call “ethnocentrism.” That’s a problem. And it’s time to hold these accusers more accountable for the real-life, human impact of their allegations.
The Supreme Court’s upcoming decision in Fulton v. Philadelphia will have significant implications for religious freedom.
If journalists had greater religious literacy, they could have predicted and addressed religious concerns that vaccine passports resembled the mark of the beast rather than resorting to ridicule.
When viewed as a tax credit to help those with young children, the new monthly payments for children makes sense even to a fiscal conservative.
As black conservatives have become more vocal and popular, efforts to dismiss them have also increased. If we’re serious about diversity and inclusion we need to hear from all black voices, including those on the right.
This month, passages on the unending quest for knowledge, what we should pray for, and the importance of charitable thinking.
Our political bubbles prime us to see the other side as hypocrites. That doesn’t make it true.
Our holidays are a reflection of who we are as a society. What do ours say about us?
With public health messaging now emphasizing how remarkably effective COVID-19 vaccines are, it’s reasonable to ask what exactly that means? Based on the published studies of the leading three vaccine candidates, I dove in to better understand that for myself.