When unity is challenged in Europe, the ghost of the medieval king Charlemagne often comes on the scene.
Our continuing study of Genesis highlights various episodes in the patriarch Abraham’s life following God’s promise to make a great nation of his descendants.
The proclamation of “peace on earth and goodwill to all” is popular at Christmas time. In a world torn by war, crime and greed, where is the peace and goodwill?
As a new generation prepares to face the world, it’s clear that they have taken seriously their parents’ postmodern teachings on morality.
Biologists introduce us to a third factor that helps determine who we are and what we pass on to our children, and the implications are profound.
The past century has seen great changes in what we call food. Life in the kitchen may be easier thanks to our love of scientific progress, but at what cost?
Gina Stepp interviews Brandeis University resident scholar Ruth Nemzoff about her latest book, Don’t Roll Your Eyes: Making In-Laws into Family.
Three recent books address why some relationships may seem especially challenging. Can we change our emotional style and thereby our interactions?