Terror in Paris Putting Charlie Hebdo in Context and Looking for a Way Out

ON JANUARY 7, 2015, two heavily armed men walked into the Paris offices of a satirical magazine called Charlie Hebdo (in English, Weekly Charlie) and methodically murdered twelve people, including the magazine’s editor, Stéphane Charbonnier... Read More

A Humanist Economics Louis Kelso and the Hope of Broadened Ownership

THOMAS PIKETTY grabbed the world’s attention last year with his magnum opus, Capital in the Twenty-first Century. In hundreds of pages of dense prose and statistics, Piketty delivers a mountain of proof for what most... Read More

The Reception of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species Historical British Periodical Perspectives (Part Three)

We have been asking in this series if Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection actually produced a crisis of faith within evangelical communities in England when first published. All articles submitted to the... Read More

The Reception of Darwin’s On the Origin of Species Historical British Periodical Perspectives (Part Two)

In the previous article, we asked the question if Darwin’s theory actually produced a crisis of faith within evangelical communities in England when they were first published. Scholars have asserted that after the publication of... Read More