From The Global Spiral, Michael E. Price (Brunel): How Christian Beliefs Harness Darwinian Cooperative Instincts; Celia Deane-Drummond (Chester): What is Human Wisdom?: An Interrogation of Posthuman Futures in Transhuman Evolutionary Discourse; Emanuel Paparella on Jurgen Habermas on the vision of a post-secular Europe (and part 2); a review of Antonio Calcagno's The Philosophy of Edith Stein; and doubting Dawkins: An excerpt from Why There Almost Certainly Is a God by Keith Ward. Job Opening — Creator of the Universe: Is modern science in the process of rendering belief in God logically unnecessary? A review of Living up to Death by Paul Ricoeur. A review of Searching for Cioran by Ilinca Zarifopol-Johnston. Can states secede? There are three levels on which this question can be answered. Now who's dividing America? Ethnic minorities have long been targeted as divisive, but it's white Americans who seem to be taking up the cause. Conservatives live in a different moral universe — and here's why it matters.The Daily Beast publishes a new DHS memo that throws dozens of groups — Mexican separatists, black nationalists, Nordic mystics — under the bus. Peter Gay reviews Breeding: A Partial History of the Eighteenth Century by Jenny Davidson (and an excerpt).