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The Fading of Forgiveness

The Fading of Forgiveness

May 6 th 2021 by Timothy Keller

Tracing the disappearance of the thing we need most.

A Black Woman at War

A Black Woman at War

April 29 th 2021 by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson

Battling for God and a nation’s people.

The Literature of Social Change

The Literature of Social Change

April 29 th 2021 by Katherine Sorrell

How stories help us make sense of structure, agency, and ourselves.

Reconciliation Is Spiritual Formation

Reconciliation Is Spiritual Formation

April 22 nd 2021 by David M. Bailey

A framework for organizational practice.

My Inequity, Your Inequity

My Inequity, Your Inequity

April 15 th 2021 by Patton Dodd

How do you repent of social sin?

O Virtue, Where Art Thou?

O Virtue, Where Art Thou?

April 8 th 2021 by Anne Snyder

The dynamics of moral agency in an age awakened to social sin.

On Forming a More Perfect Union

On Forming a More Perfect Union

April 1 st 2021 by Daniel Lee Hill

How can we develop the character required for social change?

Against Moral Innocence

Against Moral Innocence

April 1 st 2021 by Kirsten Sanders

To think Christianly is to seek not innocence but repair.

Tuning the World (and Ourselves)

Tuning the World (and Ourselves)

March 25 th 2021 by Josh Parks

How medieval music theory can help us fight climate change.

What Is the City on the Hill?

What Is the City on the Hill?

March 18 th 2021 by Richard Mouw

On the uses and abuses of John Winthrop’s famous sermon.

The Liberating Word Made Flesh

The Liberating Word Made Flesh

March 11 th 2021 by Nathan Beacom

Frederick Douglass's powerful witness embodied a vision for love and justice that remains a rebuke to the violence of our day.

Hard Work and the Good Life

Hard Work and the Good Life

March 4 th 2021 by Christine Jeske

A vocational audit for 2021.

Hope in the Land of Dying

Hope in the Land of Dying

February 11 th 2021 by Kirsten Sanders

Is Christian hope more like anticipating a family reunion or making a pilgrimage to the Lord's temple?

Reviving Intellectual Hospitality

Reviving Intellectual Hospitality

February 11 th 2021 by Cherie Harder

How to open our minds, hearts, and homes to our neighbours.

Review: The Blood of Our Attention

Review: The Blood of Our Attention

February 11 th 2021 by Jeff Reimer

How to love your crooked historical neighbour with your crooked heart.