Christ at commencement

by Hans Zeiger -- At the June 15 commencement ceremony for Foothill High School in Nevada, school officials turned off the valedictorian's microphone in the middle of her speech. Why? Brittany McComb more…

Episcopal boredom

by Hans Zeiger -- Let me see if I can capture the mood at the 75th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Columbus, Ohio. The main thing about it is the more…

Episcopal madness

by Hans Zeiger -- As the debate over gay marriage makes its temporary recession from the floor of the U.S. Senate, the debate will reappear on the floor of the General Convention more…

'Reagan's Children' – a generation of hope

by Hans Zeiger -- Yesterday, my second book was released from Broadman and Holman Publishers of Nashville. It's called "Reagan's Children: Taking Back the City on the Hill." With it I take more…

'Reagan's Children' reviving his vision

by Hans Zeiger -- Note: The following commentary is adapted from "Reagan's Children: Taking Back the City on the Hill" by Hans Zeiger (Broadman and Holman, 2006). Used by permission."Conservatism youth" was more…

The diversity generation

by Hans Zeiger -- Editor's note: The following commentary is adapted from Hans Zeiger's forthcoming new book, "Reagan's Children: Taking Back the City on the Hill" (Broadman and Holman, June 2006). Used more…

Our moment in history

by Hans Zeiger -- Editor's note: The following commentary is adapted from Hans Zeiger's forthcoming new book, "Reagan's Children: Taking Back the City on the Hill" (Broadman and Holman, June 2006). Used more…

'Da Vinci Code' generation?

by Hans Zeiger -- As "Da Vinci Code" furor readies to brush through the nation's movie theaters, Dan Brown writes, "almost everything our fathers taught us about Christ is false." The idea more…

Immigration and the future

by Hans Zeiger -- As Congress contemplates immigration reform, illegal immigrants have taken to protesting. Their youth is notable. Tens of thousands of Latino high-school students in California have reportedly cut classes more…