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Unveiling: Comment ABCD1k!

Beginning this week you will see that we are increasing and restructuring the online content of Comment. Following the A-B-C-D structure of our 2008 manifesto, Comment Online will now feature contributions from regular columnists and others in four broad areas:

  • Arts and the Academy;
  • Business and Technology;
  • Culture and Politics;
  • Delights and Comforts.

We will also continue our popular feature promoting artists, 1,000 Words. It would be wonderful to hear your responses to this week's columns and art at our Facebook page!

Features
Creation Regained at Thirty, Part II: A More Comprehensive View of the Christian Religion
April 23, 2015
by Al Wolters with Brian Dijkema

Instead of our Western individualistic tendencies, try "working institutionally over the long haul, being a salting salt in things like banking or fiction writing".

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Creation Regained at Thirty
by Al Wolters with Brian Dijkema
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Recent Features
Creation Regained at Thirty, Part II: A More Comprehensive View of the Christian Religion
April 23, 2015
by Al Wolters with Brian Dijkema

Instead of our Western individualistic tendencies, try "working institutionally over the long haul, being a salting salt in things like banking or fiction writing".

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Recent Reviews
Money: The Unlikely Mentor
March 5, 2015
by Fred Smith

Because money talks . . . about virtue.

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Recent Interviews
Inequality, Gentrification, and Justice: Continuing the Conversation with Jonathan Bradford
June 26, 2014
by 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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Reviews
Money: The Unlikely Mentor
March 5, 2015
by Fred Smith

Because money talks . . . about virtue.

Dec 31:
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Dec 31:
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Interviews
Inequality, Gentrification, and Justice: Continuing the Conversation with Jonathan Bradford
June 26, 2014
by 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.

Dec 31:
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March 2015: The Work of Our Hands

Comment Magazine - The Work of Our Hands