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Learning with Your Hands
February 26, 2015
by Matthew Crawford with Brian Dijkema
What short order cooks and organ makers tell us about being human.
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Money: The Unlikely Mentor
March 5, 2015
by Fred Smith

Because money talks . . . about virtue.

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Inequality, Gentrification, and Justice: Continuing the Conversation with Jonathan Bradford
June 26, 2014
Jonathan Bradford with James K.A. Smith

The human condition can put up with disconnection for only so long. We are critters who like to be in packs. We had thirty years of people trying to be away from one another. I think we are cycling out of that bad idea.

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  1. Mr. Pennings Goes to Ottawa

    March 4, 2015 | Ray Pennings

    Democracy, we're told, is in deep trouble in Canada. On Parliament Hill, some male MPs stand accused of sexually harassing—possibly even assaulting—their female pe...
  2. What DO they teach them at these schools?

    February 27, 2015 | Beth Green

    It might be said that not enough graduates of Protestant Christian schools in North America will go on to make their vocation in a STEM-related field. The results of the Cardu...
  3. A Confused Sense of Urgency

    February 26, 2015 | Peter Stockland

    At least two aspects gave the doctor-delivered-death issue an air of surprise in the House of Commons this week. The Opposition parties pressed the government to move quickly t...
  4. Acquiring a Faith Literacy

    February 25, 2015 | Andrew Bennett

    For part one of this series, please see How to Counter Religion Avoidance Syndrome, published February 23. In advancing religious freedom as a central element of Canadian foreig...
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