Who was Golda Meir, Israel’s first and only female leader?
Sean DurnsSeptember 7, 2023
The historical reputation of Pope Pius XII and his role in the Second World War have been disputed with passionate and often angry conviction since almost the time of his death.
Thomas BanksJuly 17, 2023
“My People” relates the stories of Greek-Jewish victims of the Holocaust the heroic resistance of the Greeks against the Nazis.
Uzay BulutFebruary 17, 2023
A Lament for War: Director Jasmin Dizdar on his Holocaust Film “The Chosen” and His Family History.
Judith Mendelsohn RoodJanuary 27, 2023
Brazil’s leftist president, Lula, spells better news for Israel.
Igor SabinoNovember 15, 2022
Poland was the suffering martyr nation of the 20th century. Ukraine, with sense of cosmic destiny, is filling that role for the 21st century.
Mark TooleyMay 5, 2022
“Niemöller about the Question of Guilt,” by Martin NiemöllerJuly 8, 1946 You are concerned with the question of guilt and…
Christianity & Crisis MagazineAugust 12, 2021
Few have discussed Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s formative early years of public service prior to joining Biden’s staff, years when our paths crossed.
Matt GobushMarch 2, 2021
On living left of boom and moving to contact; responding to the Holocaust, the problem of evil, and human freedom; and “Once an Eagle” and a objects of love
Marc LiVeccheJanuary 31, 2021
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