Debra Erickson

Debra Erickson holds a Ph.D. in Religious Ethics from the University of Chicago. She is co-editor of the forthcoming volume: In Search of the Ethical Polity: Critical Essays on the Work of Jean Bethke Elshtain.
Jerry Johnson and Debra Erikson on the Pros and Cons of Trump’s Foreign Policy
Jerry Johnson and Debra Erikson on the Pros and Cons of Trump’s Foreign Policy

Here are contrasting views of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy by Jerry Johnson and Debra Erickson.

Valkyries
On Equality and Justice: Don’t Fall for Valkyrie and Amazon Myths

Myths are powerful things. Tales of female warriors exist in cultures around the world, often serving as unifying national symbols. Until the present day, however, women warriors have remained isolated figures. We are now in the midst of an unprecedented change in the role of women in our armed forces, a change some view as long overdue.

Why Not Draft Women
Why Not Draft Women?

Men and women are not the same, and treating them as if they were will not make them so.