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Sacred Conversations

Sacred Conversations

September 17 th 2020 by Elizabeth Oldfield

How might we speak fruitfully about our most precious principles?

Going Viral

Going Viral

September 14 th 2020 by Jeff Reimer

A post-mortem of the effects of a Twitter post on my soul.

Leadership, Forgiveness, and Our Loves

Leadership, Forgiveness, and Our Loves

September 10 th 2020 by Michael Van Pelt and Ray Pennings

An exchange of letters.

Principles for a Just Pandemic

Principles for a Just Pandemic

September 3 rd 2020 by David Henreckson

A framework to help us negotiate today’s trade-offs in public life.

Reading While Black

Reading While Black

August 27 th 2020 by David Emmanuel Goatley

Reviewing Esau McCaulley on African American biblical interpretation.

What Kind of Turning Point?

What Kind of Turning Point?

August 20 th 2020 by Mark Noll

History is an unpredictable thing. Respect it.

Deepening the Interwoven Life

Deepening the Interwoven Life

August 13 th 2020 by Sarah Hemminger

Releasing the limits of self to kairos time.

POST SCRIPT: The Delusions of Isolation

POST SCRIPT: The Delusions of Isolation

August 13 th 2020 by Andrew Bennett

I am a bachelor, not a hermit.

The Holy Trinity, Race, and a Time of Crisis

The Holy Trinity, Race, and a Time of Crisis

August 6 th 2020 by Ken Herfst

Perhaps we should take a look at God's identity papers before we ask people for theirs.

Diversity and the Common Good

Diversity and the Common Good

July 30 th 2020 by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

The urgent need to train the minds of children and renew the minds of adults.

What Is "the Church"?

What Is "the Church"?

July 23 rd 2020 by Peter Kreeft

Revisiting a two-thousand-year-old question.

A World Remade

A World Remade

July 16 th 2020 by Anne Snyder

Trying to see through smoke and fire.

Embodied Histories

Embodied Histories

July 9 th 2020 by Heidi Deddens

Forging a Better Country

Forging a Better Country

July 2 nd 2020 by Will Tabor

It’s time to build. Start where you live and work.

Storied Cities

Storied Cities

July 2 nd 2020 by Aaron Renn

The lost link between a city's forgotten history and its cultural potential.