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Common Ground: An Endangered Species

"Golfers, gardeners and Christians are quite entitled to their interest in comfort zones, but they must be more conscious than ever before of the need to avoid allowing their niche from becoming a ghetto, within which they find themselves bowling, or praying, alone."

John Seel

Dr. John Seel is a senior fellow at Cardus and director of cultural engagement at the John Templeton Foundation. He, and his wife Kathryn, are Anglo-Catholics living in Philadelphia. Seel is a cultural renewal entrepreneur-putting legs on visions that foster human flourishing and the common good. John's career combines business, education, theology,...

Cardus Education Survey: Phase I Report (2011)

Do Christian schools deliver on their promises? Cardus reports on the largest-ever sample of Christian school graduates and administrators in North America, focusing on students' spiritual formation, cultural engagement, and academic development. This report is available for purchase in PDF or book form, and and its accompanying curricula are available...

Living on the Streets

Times in Hamilton are changing. Theories of secularization have been discredited in many circles as unable to account for the true complexity of human life. People are taking a renewed interest in the role played by religion, both in theoretical perspective and in personal commitment. Living on the Streets suggests that established religious communities—churches,...