We live in the most prosperous society in human history. We have the unique privilege of living comfortable lives.
“The Lord of the Rings” has captivated audiences for over fifty years. It is not just a story about good overcoming evil, but one about the fragility of freedom. No victory on earth is permanent. Battles are fought and won, but there will be no ultimate victory over...
This week’s round-up features a coat designer who is making a lasting impact on the homeless, a discussion of what the social justice movement is missing, and more.
For many of us, happiness is the goal of life. “I just want to be happy,” you might hear your friend say in a time of distress.
A buzz term that seems to continually float around among Millennials is the idea of “fair trade.” And why wouldn’t it?
Many government critics are up in arms about the fact that the feds “allowed” a Dallas nurse to board a plane while experiencing Ebola symptoms.
No, I am not making this up. According to the Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project, “a global median of 66% say most people are better off under capitalism, even if some people are rich and some are poor.”
This week’s collection explores the failures of the U.S.’s economic recovery, the problem of self-loathing at evangelical colleges, and more.
Social justice is a provocative term. It is celebrated by some—and even spiritualized—as the battle of our time.