Right Angles

A Review of What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy Philippe Sands, an international human rights lawyer, was doing research for a book on the Nuremberg trials, when he met Niklas...

— on TV this Saturday — Brandon McGuire grew up with a Midwestern American view of Christianity. After college, though, he lived for three months in Africa, where he saw a...

A Review of Blue: For Earth. For Humanity. For Freedom a Jeffrey D. King film Jeffrey (JD) King is on a mission to save the earth. As a millennial and lifelong...

A Word to the Guys With violent, abusive sex in the public eye right now thanks to Fifty Shades of Grey, there seems to be a lot of bewilderment among the...

In the wake of this article – Desperately Disconnected, 50 Shades of Grey and the Longings of the Female Heart – in the current Salvo, it’s been my privilege and pleasure...

How Fifty Shades Affirms the Biblical Ethic of Sex Would you believe me if I told you that Fifty Shades of Grey ends up being sorta kinda biblical? It does, indeed,...

A Promo for Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus For something like 1500 years of Western Civilization, and going back another roughly 1500 prior to that in Jewish history, the Exodus narrative...

If Sony pictures wanted to stir up a buzz over a film, they could hardly have orchestrated a better series of events than the geo-political drama that played out ahead of...

A Review of The Principle Shortly before his death in 1543, Nicolaus Copernicus published De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres) in which he proposed that the...

On the evening of January 1st, 2008, at approximately 7:30pm, a call came in to the Irving, TX, 911 emergency response line. A female voice came screaming onto the line, “Help...