The View From Gary Wills’s Theological Armchair

I have long appreciated the intelligence and wit of Gary Wills. As a historian of some prominence — he’s won the Pulitzer and holds a PhD in classics — and a literary critic whose work has regularly appeared in the┬áNew York Review of Books and other significant publications, I have admired his skilled assessment of […]

Anti-Abortion Lenses Don’t Equal Pro-life Outlook: A Response to Bishop Tobin

I begin this post with the assertion that what follows is done with the utmost respect. Generally, I don’t like to single-out individuals, unless that singular identification is done for the purpose of praise and congratulation. There are times when responses are warranted and a conversation must be had, so I have found it necessary […]