Though we live in a secular age, we sure seem to like reading about faith.

Poet and reporter Eliza Griswold, winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction for her book ‘Amity and Prosperity’ and author of the new poetry collection ‘If Men, Then,’ explains how both genres have helped her tell stories that transcend her ego. She talks with us about writing poetry, reporting from conflict zones, and what the secular media get wrong about religious belief today.

Plus, Dominic Preziosi and Matthew Sitman report on the state of the Democratic Primary so far, offering a few prognostications and underscoring the stakes of the 2020 presidential election.

‘I’ve been watching a movement emerge in American Christianity for over a decade. In a muscular, radical way, people are reclaiming the literal words of Jesus.’—Eliza Griswold

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