Walter Scheidel argues in "Escape From Rome: The Failure of Empire and the Road to Prosperity," that out of the Roman Empire’s ashes rose modernity.
The Very Rev. Mark Morozowich on the role of women deacons in the early Eastern church and how historical theology shapes our discussion on the question of women deacons now.
The setting of “West Side Story” is San Juan Hill, the nickname of the Lincoln Square area of Upper West Side of Manhattan—an area bulldozed and redeveloped into the Lincoln Center performing arts complex in the early 1960s.
Some Jewish groups and historians have said Pius, who was pope from 1939-1958, stayed silent during the Holocaust and didn't do enough to save lives.