The antidote to hyper-partisanship is a recovery of America’s tradition of civil religion.
Recovering America’s Vital Center: Between Religious Nationalism and Radical Secularism
by John D. Wilsey
The antidote to hyper-partisanship is a recovery of America’s tradition of civil religion. A new book by Philip Gorski takes up this difficult and subtle project.
Sexually Violent Predator Laws and Indefinite Confinement: Insights from C.S. Lewis
by Justin Dyer
Sexually violent predator laws permit the indefinite confinement of persons who have already served a sentence for their crime. They are a perfect example of what C.S. Lewis called the humanitarian theory of punishment, replacing punishment and desert with treatment and therapy.
Understanding the Election: The How and the Why of 2016
by Matthew J. Franck
Political scientists James W. Ceaser, Andrew E. Busch, and John J. Pitney, Jr., take a hard look at the 2016 election, adding another book to their series of insightful election analyses.
Transgender Suicides: What to Do About Them
by Chad Felix Greene
I have personally experienced gender dysphoria, and I explored transition in my early twenties. I am aware of the emotional struggle, but I am also aware of the empowering realization that I alone control how I perceive the world.