Posts tagged "nathan schradle"
Arakan, Deconstruction

Arakan, Deconstruction

Photographer Ryan Roco investigates the complex and multifaceted conflict that led to the current refugee crisis in Burma's Arakan state.
Schradle's Links: God's Wrath Edition

Schradle’s Links: God’s Wrath Edition

By Nathan Schradle What's going on in the world today that's evoked God's wrath? Lots of things, it turns out.
The Longest Night:  An Interview With Laurel Snyder

The Longest Night:
An Interview With Laurel Snyder

Laurel Snyder's children's book "The Longest Night" is a retelling of the story of Exodus from the perspective of one of the Israelite children living in Egypt.
Schradle's Links: Bask in the Reflected Glory of our Media Relevance Edition

Schradle’s Links: Bask in the Reflected Glory of our Media Relevance Edition

Nathan Schradle Religious leaders are learning that they will be held accountable, to such an extent that they attempt to anticipate The Revealer's every move!
Schradle's Links

Schradle’s Links

Nathan Schradle They might be downers but they're good downers.
Daily Links: The Truth is Out There

Daily Links: The Truth is Out There

By Nathan Stradle It’s nice to think the truth is out there somewhere, because it gets pretty alarming looking for it around here.
Daily Links: Public Sex and Rhetorical Screwjobs Edition

Daily Links: Public Sex and Rhetorical Screwjobs Edition

By Nathan Schradle: Let's talk about sex, baby.
Daily Links: 541%

Daily Links: 541%

Schradle's quick links: From Florida to charity, Mormon slurs to bullying, Vatican Evangelizing to H+ something special.
Daily Links: Conspiracy Edition

Daily Links: Conspiracy Edition

Nathan Schradle's Daily Links. Conspiracy, man. Can you dig it?

Cooking the Books: A Review of “The Revisionaries”

By Nathan Schradle The Revisionaries, a documentary about the Texas State Board of Education, debuted at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Taking Tocqueville and Darwin for a Ride

By Nathan Schradle If something like a “Global Civil Society” ever becomes a reality (I’m picturing a giant face made of thousands of tiny robots, like in the Matrix Revolutions… only hopefully slightly less hell-bent on the destruction of the human species), it may want to give a huge shout-out to the year 1831....