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Twelve Features of a Scriptural Imagination
November 20, 2014
by W. David O. Taylor

Who then is the "conservative" artist? Wrong question. Better: who is the artist to help us imagine ways to conserve creation and culture?

W. David O. Taylor is Assistant Professor of Theology and Culture at Fuller Theological Seminary and author of For the Beauty of the Church.

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Zero to What, Zero to Where?
October 30, 2014
by Peter Boumgarden

The number of students interested in entrepreneurship is shooting up drastically. So what kinds of startups are they pursuing? And which should we invest in?

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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. The Good News Hasn’t Changed, but How We Proclaim It Must

    November 24, 2014 | James K.A. Smith

    In his 2005 commencement address at Kenyon College, the novelist David Foster Wallace began with a little parable: There are these two young fish swimming along and they happe...
  2. Give Hospitals Grassroots Treatment

    November 24, 2014 | Peter Stockland

    Hospitals are invariably opaque environments where mere mortals are always encouraged to sit quietly without fussing to understand what is self-evidently beyond their ken. But t...
  3. The Value of Skilled Trades in Canada

    November 21, 2014 | Peter Stockland

    It's an uncontroversial thing when Employment Minister Jason Kenney says he believes work is a good thing. Yet it feels like a curiously controversial thing when the minister of...
  4. Medics in No-Man’s Land

    November 14, 2014 | Doug Sikkema

    In a century scarred by two world wars and continuously haunted with the threat of a third, it’s little wonder we often opt for martial metaphors. We kill time, pick our battl...
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