Two college professors were intrigued by the restlessness of their students. In a new book, they trace where it comes from and what it means for young Americans today.
The Hatzalah model.
Reading Locke, Mill, and Tocqueville in Jerusalem.
Global policy should be rooted in appreciation of religious freedom at home.
The American exception.
As several great thinkers have observed, religion encourages a positive civic culture.
Unlike in France, where after the 1789 Revolution the established church was replaced by a policy of official secularism, the U.S. has always tried to. . .
In America, capitalism is the last ideology still standing, but many have forgotten the ties of religion and community without which prosperity is neither meaningful nor assured.
The founders of modern liberalism aspired to a society free of “religious prejudice.” The task was not as easy as they hoped.