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U.S. Accuses Amazon of Illegally Sustaining Monopoly
Amazon, the e-commerce titan valued at $1.3 trillion, is facing
a landmark lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 17 U.S. states, charging it with “illegal conduct” aimed at maintaining a monopoly in the online retail space....
In honor of Ken Dark’s 2020 book we republished this article that first appeared in BHD in 2015 and opened up the full Biblical Archaeology Review article to be read by everyone....
Home schooling today is less religious
and more diverse, poll finds
A pandemic-era boom has fundamentally changed the face of American home schooling, transforming a group that has for decades been dominated by conservative Christians into one that is more racially and ideologically diverse, a Washington Post-Schar School poll finds....
Speaking on Art & Faith
I'm Rondall Reynoso founder of Faith on View. As a professor specializing in art and
religion, I have spoken nationally in churches, colleges, and universities. I work with churches and organizations to develop a program of talks, workshops, and/or exhibitions that is appropriate for your needs.
Politics and the Church
Recently, there have been disagreements within Christianity over the church’s role in the political sphere. Some Christians are starting to wonder if Republicanism is wrapped too tightly into the fabric of American Evangelicalism. Most, however, say
The forest that
buried the railway station
Even though I live in town, there’s a non-park wooded area within a short distance of my house that I sometimes like to go for a walk through. As woods go, they’re not as enchanted as wild
mountain space that has never been logged, but even though the area is small...
I love America but it is not my idol
America is not, nor has it ever been, nor should it ever be a “Christian nation.” We can’t baptize a nation, nor should we try. Christians are the last people on earth in need of rights &
Christy Childers moved from Austin to San Francisco in 2017 to start a marketing job at Facebook, she felt anxious about sharing her evangelical faith with her new colleagues. In Ms. Childers’s religious community, Silicon Valley has a reputation for being overtly secular and less than accepting of Christian beliefs....
Can one Jesuit save our Marxist, secular, and broken higher education system?
The Rev. Daniel S. Hendrickson has written a brilliant book. In Jesuit Higher Education in a Secular Age: A Response to Charles Taylor and the Crisis of Fullness , Hendrickson diagnoses the problems plaguing higher education. He then offers a plan to save
When Political Power Is Lost
The funeral of Queen
Elizabeth II in 2022 will be seen as the last great public acknowledgment in the West of a transcendence that limits temporal power. In our secular age, religion is reduced to a privatized experience....
A Most Stubborn God
I have been studying the book of Genesis to teach a new class at church. Genesis is a huge book with famous stories and important theological motifs, but one theme stands out: family. And particularly… how shall we say this…. Family drama....
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