“No Jew worthy of the name ever lost hope.”
A devout Christian finds comfort in these tales of ḥasidic rebels.
Law professors are among the least religious of university faculty.
Yuval Noah Harari’s nihilist Bible.
Why we should listen to the impartial spectator within.
In their view, religion both complemented and restrained the humanities.
Without Jewish and Christian ideas of human dignity, “universal” values are left hanging in the void.
David Brooks neglects marriage.
Understanding the religious impulses underpinning the American left.
Why do we need religion?
But another book provides insight into mankind’s religious nature.
Alec Ryrie’s Unbelievers.
An account of homo, without the sapiens.