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Can States Be Christian?

June 1st, 2017 by Jonathan Chaplin with Brian Dijkema

Political philosopher Jonathan Chaplin helps us think about civil religion by making things more complicated.

Behind the Tapestry: Continuing the Conversation with Andrew Bennett

May 18th, 2017 by Andrew Bennett with Brian Dijkema

Why we should learn to love the knots and messes of democratic life.

Editorial: Reconsidering "Civil Religion"

May 11th, 2017 by James K.A. Smith

What if religious communities are the best hope for renewing liberal democracy?

Hoping for Too Much?

April 27th, 2017 by Heath W. Carter

An Obama staffer's memoir shows that the problem with American politics might be us.

Thoughtlessness, Sloth, and the Call to Think

April 13th, 2017 by Hannah LaGrand

What happens when we give up on thinking? Hannah Arendt warned us years ago.

The Cornerstone the Economists Rejected

March 30th, 2017 by Brian Dijkema

An economist discovers that morality matters for healthy markets—and society.

In Violence We Trust?

March 23rd, 2017 by Matthew Loftus

Can we meet our desire for security with more than lamenting "senseless violence"?

The Benedict Option or the Augustinian Call?

March 16th, 2017 by James K.A. Smith

Considering two ancient options for the contemporary church.

The Shipwrecked Book: Mark Lilla's Nostalgic Prison

March 9th, 2017 by Robert L. Kehoe III

Is all social conservation just defensive reaction?

"Deserve's Got Everything to Do with It"

March 2nd, 2017 by Mark Mulder

The resentment that explains rural white political identity sits in tension with both grace and truth.

Finding Trust in the Economy

March 1st, 2017 by Sarah Hamersma

Trust, like currency, can be debased. Knowing how to grow trust is the key to a thriving economy.

Headquarters: Faith in Canada 150

March 1st, 2017 by Peter Stockland

Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.

Liberal Democracy Has "Trust Issues"

March 1st, 2017 by Kevin den Dulk

Why civil society won't revive our trust in government.

Surveillance and Trust

March 1st, 2017 by David Lyon

When someone's always watching, someone's always suspicious.

Who Watches the Nudgers?

March 1st, 2017 by Karen Tan

It's less about trusting government and more about governments being trustworthy.

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