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Gideon Strauss

Gideon Strauss was the editor of Comment from 2000 to 2010. He also formerly served as executive director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership and a faculty member at Fuller Theological Seminary, as well as the editor of the De Pree Center's online publication, Fieldnotes Magazine. He is also a senior fellow with the Center for Public Justice, where...

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,...

Sketches of Flourishing

Today, Comment breaks new ground: a playful distillation of the philosopher Herman Dooyeweerd's work, in cartoon form. The dense is made clear.

It's the Culture, Stupid: The Challenge of Cultural Renewal

John Seel suggests that the ways Christians have gone about trying to change this culture haven’t been all that effective—and are becoming increasingly futile. Instead, John proposes a better way of asserting Christian influence—strong networks, intellectual power, and access to the institutions that shape culture.