Godlessness and man at Harvard.
The greatest American divide, and how it connects to religion.
Kabbalah, the “ancient Hebrews,” and Europe’s most famous Jewish heretic.
Without Jewish and Christian ideas of human dignity, “universal” values are left hanging in the void.
Why do we need religion?
Alec Ryrie’s Unbelievers.
An atheist philosopher’s critique of atheism.
When he learned just how much power the likes of Richard Dawkins had amassed, the writer Scott Shay decided to fight back.
And of scientism.
Among the unbelievers.
Doggedly universalistic, obligation-free, and relentlessly focused on self-revelation.
Could populist rage be a symptom of a post-Christian society?