An old book teaches some new literary lessons.
Can those in the middle class hear the good news as clearly as the poor?
What I learned from Muslims about God
It is not yet 10 a.m. on a Sunday morning, but already two long lines of people trail down 34th Street from the Manhattan Center building in New York City. They chat amongst themselves while a corps of volunteers passes out cookies and coffee, welcoming everyone and making small talk. Many of the pe
On the power and necessity of forgiveness in politics
Islam in ReviewI was deeply troubled by Bill Williams’s review of Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s Heretic (“At a Crossroads,” 10/19). Neither the book nor the review sheds light on Islam; rather, they play into Americans’ fears and misunderstandings. In calling for “Islamic ref
The rise of extremist Islamic groups represents an existential threat to Christianity in parts of the Middle East and Africa.