91 FaithUp one level
This issue examines the idea and varieties of faith in our time.
- Faith: A Introduction
Tamara Watkins and Mike Mosher
- Faith Moved Me to Action: My Bernie Story
For a long time, I hadn't been involved in politics other than fulminating in the pixels of Bad Subjects.
- Notes From an Organizer: How to Love a Fascist
I love him as my brother, and he is only human, working within the constraints of what he knows as truth.
What is faith, other than believing in something without, or in spite of, evidence?
- Does Science Replace Religion?
Trudy Myrrh Reagan
I straddle two worlds. My scientific family and studies have inspired me to incorporate science ideas and images into my art since 1967. My other world is that of a practicing Quaker.
- Adventures in Young Earth Creationism: The Creation Museum and the Troubling Questions It Inspires
A research trip to the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky, inspires questions about the nature of "fact" in contemporary American culture.
Rosalie G. Riegle
Conflating faith with hope, I think people, and the institutions we create, can change.
- Inactive Faith, Parts I & II
I was duped. The trickster had been tricked. And I never won a candy bar again.
- The Surreality of the Actual
The elite too decided there was “too much democracy”, a sentiment Samuel Huntington expressed in his speech to the Trilateral Commission in 1975. That elite then made a plan.
- Living Space and Parking Space in China
The perennial question in China's history "Got Space?" resurfaces again in two areas of current boomtown growth, living space and parking space.
- The Electrifying Mojo
“Fear not, directly over the City of Detroit, a huge extraterrestrial vehicle is now hovering, while we have come to Detroit to interrupt your flow of redundancy..."
- Catching a Bus
By the time the last plant closed, there was hardly anyone left in town to bitch about it.
- Lucky Luther
Luther in his leather jacket/As the badass of Erfurt...