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- Simone Weil on how work should work.
- Tomáš Halík reflects on fear, anxiety, and the disappearance of the Last Things.
- Andrew Prevot on the doxological roots of America's most important African-American theologian.
- Pierre Manent discusses the rise of a lawleless subjectivity and its eclipse of natural law.
- Christopher McAuley on the meeting between W.E.B. Du Bois and Max Weber and their later forking paths.
- Denys Turner on the darkness of God, prayer, and the Trinity.
- Alasdair MacIntyre charts the contribution of Christianity to the history of ethics.
- Cyril O'Regan, University of Notre Dame Huisking Chair in Theology, retrieves St. John Henry Newman's recovery of the fear of God.
- Jean-Pierre Dupuy, Stanford University Professor of French and Political Science, demythologizes nuclear deterrence.
- Christina Bieber Lake, Kilby Professor of English at Wheaton College, highlights the thick theological resources used by Morrison in Beloved.
- Fr. Paulinus Ikechukwu Odozor, ND Assistant Professor of Moral Theology, distills the basic features of African Traditional Religion.
- Alasdair MacIntyre, Distinguished Research Fellow at the ND Center for Ethics & Culture, compares Marxist hope to Christian ideals.
- Edgardo Colón-Emeric, Director of the Duke Divinity Center for Reconciliation, shows how St. Romero saw current events through the lens of his preaching.
- Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Nobel Prize winning author and Russian dissident, dramatizes the storming of the Winter Palace during the Russian Revolution.
- Farrell O'Gorman, Professor of English at Belmont Abbey College, demonstrates how literary classics shape American identity by using Catholicism as a foil.
- David Walsh, CUA Professor of Politics, discusses the mystery of the person and the unintended impersonal consequences of the personalist revolution.
The Language of Autonomy, Especially in the Abortion Context, Robs Autonomy of Its Most Serious ConnotationsDavid Walsh, CUA Professor of Politics, explains why autonomy without responsibility is incoherent, especially when it comes to abortion.
- Tomáš Halík, former Czech dissident, priest, and winner of the 2014 Templeton Prize, calls for a return to ancient theology after Nietzsche's Death of God.