Elizabeth Stoker writes about Christianity, ethics, and policy for Salon, The Atlantic, and The Week. She is a graduate of Brandeis University, a Marshall Scholar, and a current Cambridge University divinity student. In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys working in the garden and catching up on news of the temporal world.
How the GOP can turn its bizarre obsession with single ladies into actionable policy
November 3, 2014
Christian conservatives have a terrifying new bogeyman: The Christian leftist
September 26, 2014
Why corporate America should make the feds pony up for a minimum wage increase
September 10, 2014