Carl Gregg

TaglinePluralism, Progressivism, Pragmatism: A Protestant Pastor in a Postmodern World
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A Clock on the Floor Runs Slower than One on a Table—& Other Wild Truths about Time

In the seventeenth century, the English politician Andrew Marvell (1621–1678) wrote of all we might accomplish if not for our human limitations: “Had we but world enough and time.” Or as Chaucer penne

03/08/2019 06:08:14 PM


From Stigma to Dignity: America’s First Mental Health Court

Ginger Lerner-Wren thought she knew what she was getting into. In 1996, she ran as a candidate for a judgeship in Broward County, Florida. After being elected, she was on her way to serving as a judge

02/21/2019 04:29:36 PM


Celebrating Darwin Day: “The Book That Changed America”

Charles Darwin was born two hundred and ten years ago today on February 12, 1809. And in recent years his birthday has been celebrated as International Darwin Day, an annual opportunity to celebrate t

02/12/2019 04:32:37 PM


“We the Corporations?!”

Adam Winkler (1967-) is a professor of constitutional law at UCLA. I first encountered him through his fascinating book Gunfight: The Battle over the Right to Bear Arms in America. So I was intrigued

01/31/2019 03:28:34 PM


MLK’s Dreams & Legacies: Who Is Forming You?

On this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I am aware of two  significant—though also painful—anniversaries that feel important to name aloud.  This year is the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved Africa

01/21/2019 11:13:39 AM