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The Problem with (Mis)remembering the Holocaust: The Banality of Evil

The Problem with (Mis)remembering the Holocaust: The Banality of Evil

On the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, it is important to recognize that there is a very real human tendency to mis-remember the grave evils of history: to imagine that they happened in a different world; to think that those who perpetuated such evil, or those who scandalously remained silent and complicit, were somehow different kinds of people than we are.

Looking for Evil in All the Wrong Places: In the Aftermath of New Zealand

Looking for Evil in All the Wrong Places: In the Aftermath of New Zealand
As I record this commentary, the death toll in the horrific terrorist attack in New Zealand has risen to 50 souls.

Mourning in the Wake of Las Vegas: Weeping for the Suffering, Calling Evil by Name

Mourning in the Wake of Las Vegas: Weeping for the Suffering, Calling Evil by Name
Our nation is faced with another act of horrific evil. This time, a mass shooting in Las Vegas. What do we say? What do we do?

Katy Perry Talks about Evil: Why Sentimentality is No Response to Terrorism

Katy Perry Talks about Evil: Why Sentimentality is No Response to Terrorism
I love Dr. Seuss, but in the real world, joining hands and singing a musical number is not an effective strategy against evil.

Should You Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils?

Should You Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils?
What happens when the candidates exhibit what Russell Moore calls “poor character” or “wicked public stances?" Is voting for the “lesser of two evils” really our best option?

Is it Sinful to Get Angry?

Is it Sinful to Get Angry?
Christians have started a “who can go the longest without getting angry” contest and we all think we are winning. But what if no one is winning? The only thing our contest is doing is hurting the church.

ISIS Attacks in Paris: The West's Failure to Comprehend Evil

ISIS Attacks in Paris: The West's Failure to Comprehend Evil
The world is asking “why?” again, because of these attacks in Paris. But the worldview of western secularists isn’t big enough to make sense of it.
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