- August 29, 2016
Last month New York Times international correspondent David Philipps offered a mea culpa.
“I just deleted a tweet that lacked nuance,” the two-time Pulitzer Prize winner wrote.
Philipps, who in 2022 received the top award in journalism for his
I know very little about Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945), the German theologian who was hanged in April 1945 by the Nazis for spying on and opposing Hitler’s regime.
Embarrassingly little, actually.
So when I recently saw at a bookstore Eric Metaxas’
I’m going to have to ask you to put your cigarette out.”
I was a college student working as a waiter at a Wisconsin restaurant more than twenty years ago when I sheepishly said these words. I didn’t like saying
It’s probably important to preface any conversation on morality by noting that humans often struggle—mightily—to agree on what morality is. While it’s a thorny topic to define and explain, it would of course be foolish to avoid the pursuit …READ MORE