In "The People's Republic of Amnesia," Louisa Lim explores the power of forgetting for control in China and those who won't let Tiananmen disappear.
Ever wonder what a normal day looks like for famous, but long gone authors like Mark Twain or Anne Frank? Now you can know.
On July 29, 2014 In Academic Freedom, Creationism, DI News, Education, Evangelicalism, Featured, Myth, Scripture, Theology, Writing
If you've wondered why theology plays such a prominent role in guiding and policing Christian higher education, then check out my new book, "Consider No Evil."
The Discarded Image is about accepting new ways of looking at the world; this month I did that by leaving my full-time faculty position.
Both science and art explore the reality of life, and in The Where, the Why, and The How they are an energetic team that connects with the reader with every turn of the page.
The Map Thief is the true story of a respected map dealer who turns thief and upturns the world of rare maps in the process.
On June 22, 2014 In Atheism, consciousness, Creationism, Evolution, Featured, Nonfiction Reviews, Personal Identity, Primates, Secular Humanism, Self-Awareness, Theology
In "The Bonobo and the Atheist," Frans de Waal challenges religion's top-down morality and explores the similarities of humans, chimps, and bonobos.
On June 19, 2014 In 3 for Thursday, Atheism, Bias, Catholics, Evangelicalism, Featured, Personal Identity, Racism, Religion Surveys, Secular Humanism
New studies say something about religious identity and their perils in family, job prospects in the American South, and in defining a country.