An encounter with the Sermon on the Mount says something about Christianity as a whole.
An annotated reading of your world.
Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture
Nothing less than a seriously demanding church life is adequate to the conditions of today's world.
Democratic responsibility begins in elders' councils, budget meetings, and volunteer nursery assignments.
Narratives of a "secular" city are told by people looking in the wrong places.
Why private prayers can be a public act.
Imagine a map of your city without churches. Now imagine the sort of society we'd have without those congregations.
What if the common good just might depend on conversions?
Can a church that doesn’t care about its looks truly be called evangelical?
A new book reminds us of the crowded, communal roots of the spiritual disciplines.
We're never alone on the journey.
Why a focus on adjectives, rather than nouns, might be the salve our political culture needs.
There are lots of reasons to avoid church, but here are the reasons to look again.
Why the church being the church is a gift to society.
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