Students and faculty at The King’s College should be thrilled to be rid of Dinesh D’Souza. He was, at best, an expensive PR stunt who would have, I have no doubt, eventually compromised the college’s strong academics for some sort of right-wing hackery, probably a scheme involving profit. In my reporting [...]
One of my favorite religion websites, Killing the Buddha, published an essay I wrote about the unapologetic conservatism of The King’s College in New York City. Here’s an excerpt:
Undoubtedly, any institution of higher education is marked by a prevailing ideology, and Christian colleges in particular. But The King’s College—under Oakes, then Olasky, [...]
“When I finished I found myself thinking that Dinesh D’Souza’s book is not just unpersuasive; it is positively misleading.”—R.R. Reno of First Things, on the most intellectually dishonest book of 2010.
Yesterday, we published the first half of our Ten Worst Christian Media Hacks, the Christian commentators whose writing is most likely to waste your time. (Click here to read the introduction and the first part.) Today, we continue with the top of the list—the worst of the worst. Enjoy, and let [...]
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