Does Luther Matter?

Carl R. Trueman on the reformer’s legacy Does Luther matter? And if so, why? In this 500th-anniversary year of Luther’s 95 Theses against ... [Read More]

Fear of a Black Planet

On the Unbroken Tradition of White Supremacy in American Politics: A Review of Ta-Nehisi Coates’ We Were Eight Years in Power I’m blacker than midnight ... [Read More]

Figuring the Unknown

A review of Judith H. Anderson’s Light and Death: Figuration in Spenser, Kepler, Donne, Milton. In 1959, a British novelist and chemist named ... [Read More]

When Literature was Science

Clio Doyle reviews Claire Preston’s The Poetics of Scientific Investigation in Seventeenth-Century England  Science was everywhere in the seventeenth century, especially in literature. ... [Read More]