- How labels like ‘black’ and ‘working class’ shape your identity: Social labels aren’t born dangerous. There’s nothing inherently problematic about labeling a person “right-handed” or “black” or “working class,” but those labels are harmful to the extent that they become associated with meaningful character traits.
- When Christians become a ‘hated minority’: We’ve heard of the “down-low” gay person who keeps his or her sexual identity secret for fear of public scorn. But Sprigg and other evangelicals say changing attitudes toward homosexuality have created a new victim: closeted Christians who believe the Bible condemns homosexuality but will not say so publicly for fear of being labeled a hateful bigot.
- Rogue Philosopher, Great Communicator: 200 years after his birth, in ways that are not always immediately apparent, Kierkegaard still matters.
- When We Hate What We Love: Unplugging alone was not a remedy to relationship, to productivity, or to much of anything else.