Art and Craft: Free Will, Sin, Biochemistry, Art Forgery, Psychopathology, and Jurisprudence

Art and Craft: Free Will, Sin, Biochemistry, Art Forgery, Psychopathology, and Jurisprudence  —  Very hard to categorize, this remarkable case involves a bipolar forger who gives away his work under false but not criminal pretenses.   Students may find this a fascinating cross-discipline case study involving theology, biology, psychology, criminology, and assorted other -ologies.

Cracks in the Secular

All Current Features

Cracks in the Secular  —  James K.A. Smith proposes that the emerging normative secularism is not emerging but gasping: “What if an increasingly “secularized” society is not the final victory of some Enlightenment myth in which history ends in unbelief, but rather as the final unsustainable part of a long detour we’ve taken in the […]

Prayer in School: the Support Endures

All New Briefs

Prayer in School: the Support Endures  —  A new poll out from Gallup shows that 61 percent of Americans are in favor of “allowing daily prayer to be spoken in the classroom.” Although this number has declined from previous years it still signifies that most Americans disagree with the Supreme Court’s previous rulings on the […]

 
 
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