Paul HarveyA short while ago we blogged about the new online journal Religion and Politics, and its first issue went live on May 1. As promised, the inaugural postings feature a diverse array of essays, reflections, and commentary. R. Marie Griffith, director of the Danforth Center at Washington University in St. Louis, welcomes readers to the journal; Molly Worthen writes about the fascination of American evangelicals with C.
Paul HarveyA couple of music posts I want to point your way this Monday. First, blog friend David Stowe, author of the very-soon-to-forthcome No Sympathy for the Devil (which we blogged about a few weeks ago), has a guest post at th... Read Post
Paul Harvey I'm pleased to let you all know about the much-anticipated online journal Religion and Politics, soon to be published digitally by the Danforth Center on Religion & Politics at Washington University at St. Louis. R. Mari... Read Post
Paul HarveyA long time ago I blogged about "The Parables Will be Televised," exploring a little bit, and quiet simplistically, about how "religion" (whatever that means) comes through in the long-form television dramas that the Wall... Read Post