Alfred Siewers
Alfred Siewers
Dr. Alfred Kentigern Siewers is the William E. Simon visiting fellow in religion and public life (2018-2019) at the James Madison Program, Princeton University, and associate professor of English at Bucknell University. He is also reader and warden at St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco Russian Orthodox Mission Church in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. He teaches and writes on Christian literature and ideas of nature, and on public rhetoric related to secularism and faith. His views are his own.
How Christian Science Became A Dying Religion

Mainstream Christians can learn from Christian Science’s rise and steep decline, and see its new incarnation in ‘Moralistic Therapeutic Deism.’

Why Does The Left Suspend Their Principles For Christian Minorities?

Progressives make such a big deal out of hateful and culturally appropriative depictions in other contexts, but not when Christians are the victims.

The Boy Scouts’ Bankruptcy Is Not Just Financial. It’s Moral

Although it may be near declaring bankruptcy, Scouting’s problems go beyond the financial, deep into the problems with America’s civil culture today.

Communists Brutally Murdered Russia’s Last Royal Family 100 Years Ago Today

The last tsar of Russia and his family are a reminder of the light of faith that the darkness of communism could not put out.

What I Learned About American Culture By Binging On ‘Gunsmoke’ And ‘House Of Cards’

Both ‘Gunsmoke’ And ‘House Of Cards’ encapsulate an American ethos, but one humanely and the other in a brutal, disturbing way.