Stuart Whatley

Stuart Whatley is an editor and writer in New York. His writing has appeared in The Huffington Post, TruthDig, The Christian Science Monitor, The Guardian, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The American Prospect, Free Inquiry, Huffington magazine, and other outlets. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Closing Platforms

Stuart Whatley on how the media is using the latest platforms of technology in a way that pulls "the news" from the light of truth and deeper into the cave....


Marginal Millennials

Are young people capable of serving as citizens in an open society, where free and open discourse is the operational sine qua non?...


History Without End: On Reading Purpose Back Into Time
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