Some say that "Rome" still hasn't fallen.
This is a popular historical canard that has everything going for it except objectivity, rationality, and impartiality.
Francis Collins, a world-leading geneticist, says there need be no conflict between religion and science.
A memorable vignette Pope Francis is fond of reciting is nowhere in the novel he claims it to be.
You don’t have to be a Christian to appreciate the deceit in this canard. You just have to appreciate facts.
Is every human being in some sense a "believer"?
Gallup asked fifteen hundred Americans why they attend religious services. The responses might surprise you.
An abundance of research shows both technology addiction and loneliness are on the rise. Is there a connection?
It is important to point out that while the name “Easter” is used in the English-speaking world.
One in four Americans believe in aliens. Many of those who do are non-religious or atheists.
According to a recent WSJ report, Target Chief Executive Brian Cornell admitted to internal sources that the company handled the issue poorly.
Neil Gorsuch's credentials are impeccable, his character and judicial temperament unassailable, and his reputation among peers is sterling.
Turkey's referendum presents a choice between parliamentary democracy and legally institutionalizing single-man rule.
‘Discover Islam’ Video an Attempt to Proselytize Public Schoolchildren, New Jersey Moms Say (See Video)
Do parents have a case for opposing Islam instruction in schools?
The problem with Christian culture is the same problem that our entire society faces: cultural illiteracy.
Over many centuries, Christian writers took scriptural ideals from Judaism and coupled them with Greco-Roman philosophical ideals of self-control.
In "The End of Ideology," Daniel Bell defined ‘ideology’ as “a set of beliefs... [that] seek to transform the whole of a way of a life."
University of Ottawa professor Jennifer A. Chandler pointed out that combining organ donation with euthanasia could be ethically problematic.
The FBI declined to be interviewed by 60 Minutes, providing just a terse, one-sentence reply.
Neil Gorsuch’s judicial philosophy, based heavily on natural law theory, was inspired by his intellectual mentor at Oxford University.
“Islamists want a Sharia compliant society,” Ayaan Hirsi Ali said. “Whoever is in their way is their enemy."
It stems from ‘Paradise Lost,’ and there is a simple explanation as to why many identify with John Milton’s Satan.
How are we to know who is and who isn’t an alien? And, most creepy of all, how do we know if we might be aliens ourselves?
Tolkien allows us to find ourselves in Middle-earth, seeing ourselves reflected in the characters and the lessons they teach us.
His answer was a bit confusing, but the response sheds light on an important philosophical dilemma of our age.
Hypocrites often fall into these three traps.
Philosopher Jesse Prinz has argued that empathy is prejudiced and leads to “moral myopia.”
In 1950, the CIA established a headquarters in Paris and employed an army of operatives to recruit anti-Marxist intellectuals.