I muse on the cold shoulder for Scorsese here at First Things. “In the end, Silence was too Christian for Hollywood and too Hollywood for Christians.”
It’s not deja vu, but when it comes to You Carried Me, I really do have two (reviews that is). The second has a Wesleyan pastoral focus and you can […]
I review the powerful story of Melissa Ohden, who survived an abortion and later searched out her birthmother, here at The Stream.
Did Chief Justice Roberts pave the way for Donald Trump by upholding Barack Obama’s signature legislation? I make that case and discuss the type of conservative judge that President Trump […]
At First Things, here, I review Mark Stoll’s look at the religious roots of our ecological solutions. (Also discussed is Jeffrey Bilbro’s latest, Loving God’s Wildness: The Christian Roots of […]
Some are floating Ted Cruz’s name for the Supreme Court. He could make a good justice, but that could still have its downsides. I talk about it here at The Stream.
Deb Fikes has done much that is good, but her recent apologia for Hillary Clinton seems to come from one who has forgotten that the job of a prophet is […]
I review the latest book on animal welfare from Wayne Pacelle, head of the Humane Society of the United States, here at First Things.
Donald Trump is not too popular around the world, except in Russia where his bro-mance with Vladimir Putin gives him a voice that can get heard. Will he use it to […]
I look at the new Berry biopic The Seer, here at First Things. “What you do is the only thing that you can do. You take two things that ought to […]