Wilfred M. McClay is professor of history at Hillsdale College and author of Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story (Encounter, 2019).
What better way to defeat the cynicism of today’s cultured despisers than by knowing their foundations better than they do themselves?
The victims were targeted as Americans. Why hasn’t that blunt and inescapable fact been placed at the center of our account twenty years later?
Partly because they believe that the original party to God’s covenant may help them keep the faith in a rapidly secularizing world.
The author of our July essay joins us to talk about his ideas.
Christians are today closer to the Jewish people than they’ve been in thousands of years. What are the sources of this momentous rapprochement, and how likely is it to hold?
Accompanied by massive social pathologies that it can neither contain nor reverse, the emerging secular order is itself unsustainable.
The push to establish and enforce a national secularist creed is undermining traditional faiths’ right of free exercise.
On evangelicals, the evangelical Left, and the Jews.