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Sexuality (Repost)

Amy Frykholm reviews Saving Sex: Sexuality and Salvation in American Evangelicalism by Amy DeRogatis. Related: The Warrior Wives of Evangelical Christianity by Emma Green. The intense focus on sexuality, purity, manhood, and womanhood in certain faith communities—and its consequences. More […]

Unfriending

Why Are Millennials Unfriending Organized Religion? by Vlad Chituc. On April 8, 1966, Time magazine’s now-iconic front cover asked in stark red font over a simple black background, “Is God Dead?” Though reactions focused more on the cover than the […]

Waste?

Is Teaching Psychology a Waste of Time? by Ross Pomeroy. Daniel Kahneman is perhaps the world’s leading psychologist. A Nobel Prize winner and a professor emeritus at Princeton University, he may also be the field’s foremost educator. His book, Thinking, […]

Riskier?

The Caffeine-Alcohol Effect by Amy Nordrum. Why quaffing energy-drink cocktails may be riskier than sticking to booze alone. More at Atlantic.

Movement

RD’s Eric C. Miller spoke with Michael J. Lee about his new book, Creating Conservatism: Postwar Words that Made an American Movement.

LIH

Democrats: History Is On Our Side. History: Good Luck With That by David Harsanyi. If many liberals seem unconcerned about their party’s future after a midterm trouncing, it’s only because many have bought into the comforting notion that history is […]