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The Creation Museum as Megachurch

by Margaret M. Grubiak Margaret Grubiak is an associate professor of architectural history in the Department of Humanities at Villanova University. Margaret’s scholarship, including her first book on the history of university chapels, focuses on twentieth-century...

Studying Religious Rhetorics in the Time of Trump and Kavanaugh: Part Two

by William Trollinger “Everyone got woke in the 2016 election.” So said Andre Johnson – Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Public Address at the University of Memphis – at the final keynote panel at last weekend’s Rhetoric and Religion in the 21st-Century Conference...

Studying Religious Rhetorics in the Time of Trump and Kavanaugh: Part One

by William Trollinger On the Saturday that Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the Senate as the newest justice on the Supreme Court, it was energizing and therapeutic to be in the company of smart and gracious scholars devoted to studying and explaining religious...

Papal Inerrancy For All but Francis

by Sean Martin Sean Martin is a fifth-year theology doctoral student at the University of Dayton writing on Catholic fundamentalism and Scott Hahn. Sean and his wife, Beth, currently live in Cincinnati with their infant daughter, Gwen. Sean has an MA in philosophy...