Edgar Rice Burroughs set his Tarzan series (1912) in the African jungle. Because of Tarzan’s wild upbringing, he avoids the debilitating forces of civilization.
Meyer revisits Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Templeton Prize speech from May 10, 1983. He argues that Solzhenitsyn’s indictment is more timely than ever.
As a plot element, a popular show about a family-owned media empire hints at the desire to live forever.
Ide was a straight-shooting no-nonsense Texan. He was as good a friend as intelligent design could have.
The attitude will metastasize across society and culture, eventually corroding our most fundamental institutions and societal structures.