• The Wall Street Journal •
October 22, 2010
The Wall Street Journal gets Yoga right, but Baptists wrong… Why China fears Christians… The last Episcopal holdout gives out… Freedom of religion speech in Los Angeles… Rethinking the culture of poverty… The perpetual French Revolution… How many ways can you say I’m sorry… And the fifth anniversary of truthiness
April 8, 2010
The recent decline in the Cable News Network’s (CNN) ratings indicates that Americans are more interested in a polarized approach to news, whether from the right or the left. An important component of the American cultural landscape, cable news holds significant influence in the way many Americans learn what is happening in the world. Yet,…
September 14, 2009
The Wall Street Journal may be an unusual venue for theological debate, but this past weekend’s edition featured just that — a theological debate of sorts. The “of sorts” is a necessary qualifier in this instance, because The Wall Street Journal’s debate was not, as advertised, a debate between an atheist and a believer. Instead, it was a debate between two different species of atheists.
March 5, 2007
What happens when teenage children are more devout than their parents? The Wall Street Journal addressed that question in a major report published in the March 2, 2007 edition of the paper. On today’s program we’ll consider Katherine Rosman’s article and its implications for Christian families and churches.