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Pestilence and plague have often prompted waves of apocalyptic thinking, calling into question the steady march of progress in human history.
When Desmond Tutu reconciled African theology and Black theology.
What can faith-based activism do for labor?
On Larry Siedentrop's Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism
A sharp uptick in challenges to U.S. antidiscrimination laws threatens decades of progress in extending civil rights to all.
Far from a metaphysical battle between fanaticism and tolerance, the Rushdie affair exemplifies the marketization of hurt sentiments.
Epiphanies can prompt us to view the world differently, a new book contends. But they are no substitute for ethical and political debate.
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