Reviews God’s Law in Human Hands A Judean, a Stoic, a Jewish philosopher, a Jesus follower, and a rabbi walk into a seminar room at Yale, and Professor Christine Hayes asks them, “What do you mean when you say divine law?”
Exchange Jews, Revolutionism, and Doublethink Even in the Gulag, it was difficult to give up the belief in the Revolution. Take Evgenia Ginzburg, for example . . .
Exchange In (Partial) Defense of Doublethink How does one survive psychologically under the control of chaotic evil? Take Evgenia Ginszburg, for example . . .
"I continue to think, in spite of frequent hesitations, that I must tell not only the truth but the whole truth. And this will be not only my aesthetic signature . . . but my most important political contribution.”