A few things online that caught my attention this week:
Death of religion? Death of the humanities?
Should historians stay out of politics?
Pietist Schoolman on the Christianity Today editorial
Historians should speak about impeachment
What is rural? What is urban?
Could the founding fathers have imagined this impeachment?
Mark Galli talks to The New Yorker.
Teaching historical thinking skills
An evangelical wonders if he is an evangelical
Remembering the David Library of the American Revolution
John Turner reviews Kathryn Long, God in the Rainforest: A Tale of Martyrdom and Redemption in Amazonian Ecuador
Did Ben Franklin really say, “A republic, if you can keep it?”
Gordon Wood, James Oakes, Victoria Bynum, Sean Wilentz, and James McPherson criticize the 1619 Project
The megachurch and Southern religion