The Biblical Case for Organized Labor

Today’s guest post is from Heath W. Carter. He is an assistant professor of history at Valparaiso University and the author of Union Made: Working People and the Rise of Social Christianity in Chicago (Oxford, 2015). These are the worst of times for organized labor, which during the post-World War II decades – the heyday of middle [Read More...]

“An Army of the Living God”: Stonewall Jackson’s Death and Southern Memory

This week marks the 150th anniversary of the tragic death on May 10, 1863, of Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson from wounds sustained at the Battle of Chancellorsville. Along with Robert E. Lee, Jackson occupies a special place of veneration in the memory of the Confederate cause. It is hard to say how many southern boys [Read More...]