A new book reminds us of the crowded, communal roots of the spiritual disciplines.
Narratives of a "secular" city are told by people looking in the wrong places.
This issue is dedicated to ancient friendships that can become the distant, orienting stars by which we navigate the roiling waves of twenty-four-hour news with all its upheavals and outrage. Think of this issue of Comment as your sextant (or, if you prefer to update the metaphor, a GPS device): we want to introduce you to a constellation of forgotten voices that have oriented thoughtful Christians across the centuries and who continue to offer wisdom to our age, if we’ll listen.
Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.
It's when we resist conforming to the expectations of our contemporaries that we are a gift to them.
David Elton Trueblood was a friend to the world and a friend to me.
A poet taught a physician how to see again.
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