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Lust for Learning by Laura Miller. Is erotic longing between professors and students unavoidable? More.


The Inevitable Divorce: Secular France and Radical Islam by Mihail Neamtu. Ayoub El-Khazzani, aged 25, failed to reach the trigger of his Kalashnikov aboard a train passing through Belgium en route to Paris last month, which enabled three Americans and […]


There Is No Theory of Everything by Simon Critchley. Over the years, I have had the good fortune to teach a lot of graduate students, mostly in philosophy, and have noticed a recurring fact. Behind every new graduate student stands […]


Muslim Immigration and How to Handle It by Uzay Bulut. The political history of Muslim states has often been restricted to two options. They have either been ruled by nationalist (“secular”) oppressive regimes, or Islamist oppressive regimes. Unfortunately, many people […]


The Roots of the Migration Crisis by Walter Russell Mead. The migration crisis enveloping Europe and much of the Middle East today is one of the worst humanitarian disasters since the 1940s. Millions of desperate people are on the march: […]


How Christians Can Evaluate Religious Liberty Objections by Russell Moore & Joe Carter. How do we find the proper balance? A necessary first step is to adopt a standard by which we can fairly consider the claims of religious objectors. […]