From The Person and the Challenges: The Journal of Theology, Education, Canon Law and Social Studies Inspired by Pope John Paul II, Timothy Hynes (St. John’s): Postmodernism and the Church: An Opportunity and a Challenge. Leonard Taylor on how Catholic political thought evolved across history. How Pope Francis has fundamentally reshaped the Catholic Church. Conservatives accuse the Pope of spreading heresy. 500 years after the Reformation began, Christians still divided: The big dividing line among Christians today isn’t between Catholics and Protestants, but between liberals and conservatives in all faith traditions. Francis Fukuyama on political consequences of the Protestant Reformation. From NYRB, a review essay on Martin Luther’s burning questions by Ingrid D. Rowland.