A parody of Good vs Evil, where two wrongs make a left.
The corruption that props up the powerful world of money is the topic of John leCarré’s novel, “Our Kind of Traitor.”
It’s easy to celebrate the taking down of a “bad” guy, until we realize they can be a mirror for the darkness that lurks inside all of us…
Josh Magill wonders if we can overcome our basic wickedness for something better … friendship.
‘Gone Girl’ is a reminder of a fact society has long had a hard time grasping: Moral depravity knows no gender.
Agnostic Jerry Martin had a vivid encounter with a personal God. Then he pondered his options: spiritual counselor, psychiatrist, or just keep quiet?
Jacob Winkler realizes acceptance is the key to grace.
Jason Buch on the appeal of movie villains.
“Silicon Valley parties are notoriously dour.” So begins This is Rage. We will be serializing the book, chapter by chapter. This is chapter one.
Crucifying Paula Deen for her racism is a way of denying our own.
Can people be so tainted that even when they do a good deed, it somehow isn’t?
Spoon Jackson does not define himself as a murderer, but by what he has done in the days since. How do you see him?
You must deal with your past, or eventually it will deal with you.
For some child abuse survivors, forgiveness is a path to healing. For others, being pressured to forgive only makes things worse. Don’t assume that you know which is which.
Justin Cascio’s life has been changed by the writers who reveal their own lives—and the taboos of our society.
This comment was by John Weeast, on Tom Matlack’s post This Much I Know To Be True