Ahead of Saturday night’s GOP debate, a social-issues-focused forum hosted by two conservative Christian groups, one of the groups’ directors announced that Herman Cain would not be asked about allegations from four women that he sexually assaulted them. “Every person in every press outlet that I’m aware of wants to get […]
I’d differ from Sessions (and Terry Eagleton) on one point: while it’s true that both Marxists and Christians sustain themselves with hope […]
I think my initial assessment of Rick Perry as a radical theoconservative was off the mark. Or perhaps it wasn’t wrong so much as misfocused: Perry clearly believes all of the insane things he said at his infamous prayer rally, but the diligent work of other journalists has convinced me that tearing down […]
The Bible Made Impossible:Why Biblicism Is Not a Truly Evangelical Reading of Scripture by Christian Smith. Brazos, 2012, 256pp.
In The Bible Made Impossible Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith makes an impassioned argument for a move beyond evangelical biblicism and theological liberalism. Biblicism is a package of beliefs […]
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