For most religious people today modernity and religion relate to each other not as either/or but as both/and.
Yes. Understanding why this is true sheds light on one important formula of peace in a pluralist society.
Informal sociability across class lines is very difficult.
If people define a nation as real, it is real in its consequences.
Are the Olympic Games a kind of international quasi-religion?
One would think so if one looks at its place in official Washington.
When heaven isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
You can only contain charisma for so long, but it’s very quickly routinized.
Eastern Christian Orthodoxy deserves better than to be used a prop by Putin’s regime.
The Yazidi version of Satan relates in a curious way to a serious Christian tradition about hell and its abolition.
Militant anti-Israel ideology is a hallmark of the illiberal Left—and has been taking college campuses by storm in recent years.
Read our own Walter Russell Mead in Mosaic, where he argues that neither “nationalist particularism” nor “cosmopolitan universalism” is “the answer to the human condition.”
Natural gas is booming in the Appalachian basin.
Here’s the thing about terrorists in Mali: we’ll hear nothing about them and nothing about them and then suddenly everything will be about them.
As the House of Saud cuts spending, the country’s middle class is hurting.
In the face of new and expected threats from China and Pakistan, India needs improved capabilities.