When watching the Super Bowl and other big televised events, you’ve probably seen those weird “He Gets Us” Jesus commercials that have a patina of tolerance to them. It’s so ra
Aimee Semple McPherson preaching at the newly built Angelus Temple in 1923.
Sam Alito finally finds a position from a Black person other than Clarence Thomas that he likes: Over the last 15 years as a professor at the school, she had tried to improve herself. She’d earned a
Not surprising and not good. In new hot mic audio obtained by Rolling Stone, Peggy Nienaber, executive director of Liberty Counsel’s D.C. ministry, bragged about praying with Supreme Court Justices
This is the grave of Susan Alamo. OK, well, sometimes when doing this series, you focus on people who do a lot of evil. That is Susan Alamo. Tony Alamo too, but for some reason I deleted the picture o
This is the grave of James and Ellen White. Born in 1821 in Palmyra, Maine, James White was a sickly child from a large family who became interested in the reform movements of the antebellum period, p
David Nye is one of our top historians of technology and he has a new book out on American landscapes and the greater political division over them. This is a rather lengthy excerpt that I found really