Sex, Marriage, and Simcha Fisher’s Book
An encounter with a stranger in need sparks thoughts about public discourse on poverty.
Miriel M. Thomas: A lecture on the power of swing voters has me wondering whether Mitt Romney might be exactly…
If Murray is right about the problem, then the solution demands something from every one of us.
Miriel Thomas: What a stranger’s words have me thinking about the role of assumptions in American public discourse. [twitter-follow screen_name=’humanepursuits’]
Miriel Thomas: In the professional world—and in every other context—Christianity is a call to excellence, not an excuse for mediocrity.
Yet another article on the decline of marriage misses the point: if you want people to do something, try reminding…
Henri Nouwen’s insight on the link between environment and behavior.
Lessons from childhood and graduate school: what moving to a new place has taught me about friendship, community, and interdependence.
The undercover stings at Planned Parenthood facilities conducted by Live Action a few months back have produced an extended conversation…