“Religion as psychology” may have something to offer the secular man, which could improve religion’s relationship with secular society.
Normally about this time of year, students would be enjoying parties and the ceremonies of their college graduations. Absolved from the speeches but denied a face-to-face farewell with friends, graduates will confront challenges they did not expect.
We asked a group of our contributors to offer some reflections for the class of 2020:
by Bradley J. Birzer
by Helen Dale
by Michael S. Greve
by Wilfred M. McClay
by Jessica Hooten Wilson