A review of Martha Nussbaum's The New Religious Intolerance
A short profile of singer Rufus Wainwright
Adapted from The Religious Test
A review of James Carroll's Jerusalem, Jerusalem
Norman Podhoretz's career and influence
The illiberalism of the "New Atheists"
A debate with Ross Douthat about The Theocons
These are happy days for religion in politics. In the age of George W. Bush, religion is moving back into the public square, exactly the way "Father Richard," as Bush fondly calls him, hoped it would. Richard John Neuhaus insists that secular democracy is a contradiction in terms and that America is essentially a Christian (and even Catholic) country. Imagine Cardinal Newman joining up with Karl Rove. In his new book, CATHOLIC MATTERS, Neuhaus offers a full account of his theo-conservatism, his vision of the Christianizing of America. A critical examination of a religious radical.
Possible political implications of Mormon theological commitments.
A critical treatment of the controversial ideas and legacy of Leo Strauss