Ed Guthero has had a critically applauded career as a book and periodical designer, artist, and photographer, and a legacy ensured by years as a university lecturer. Here he shows another skill as an author. He writes from Boise, Idaho.
Who Hijacked My Religion?
Many believers are concerned that in the quest and compromise for political power the moral high ground has been lost and the name of Christ blemished.
Freedom of Conscience
An unstoppable message swept across Europe in the sixteenth century and shifted the course of history.
An NFL cheerleader steps out and takes a stand for personal faith and fair treatment.
What’s Yours Is Mine No Treaties, No Boundary Lines
This time it is not the 7th Cavalry or thousands of miners descending upon the Sioux, but an ominous river—the “Black Snake.”
The practice of slavery coexisted with the words of liberty that echoed through the halls of the Continental Congress.
A Lady of the Lake
The saga of a French abolitionist, a determined sculptor, a compassionate poet, and the soul of the Statue of Liberty.
Church Is Out
Thousands of Acadians died, lifetime dreams were shattered; property was plundered and seized; family ties, culture, and communities were shredded. The pain and inhumanity of the Acadian deportation echoes down through the years—injustice stands naked in the retrospective eye of history.