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Drawing Up Accounts

Drawing Up Accounts

June 20 th 2019 by John Truschel

Why a moral view of finance is fundamental for the common weal.

When the City of Man Is Redlined

When the City of Man Is Redlined

June 13 th 2019 by Matthew Loftus

How best to stitch the wounds of segregation?

A Tidy Mind

A Tidy Mind

June 5 th 2019 by Hannah LaGrand

Thinking is like chores: never done, but necessary for public (and private) life.

Why Character? Why Now?

Why Character? Why Now?

May 31 st 2019 by Anne Snyder

Communities require moral coherence to flourish. Is that possible today?

World View

World View

May 23 rd 2019 by Hannah Marazzi

An annotated reading of your world.

Editorial: To Love is to Build

Editorial: To Love is to Build

May 17 th 2019 by Brian Dijkema

Drawing the contours of social renewal.

Selling our Birthright for a Quiet Pew

Selling our Birthright for a Quiet Pew

April 10 th 2019 by Sarah Dahl

In church, our children are not our children. They're brothers and sisters in Christ.

Dreading Monday

Dreading Monday

April 4 th 2019 by Jeff Haanen

The spiritual crisis underneath our jobs.

Lords of Misrule

Lords of Misrule

March 28 th 2019 by Shaun Ross

Holy disorder and hope for the world.

A Damnable Shame

A Damnable Shame

March 14 th 2019 by Mark Mulder

The church as co-conspirator in unrelenting, adaptive racism.

World View

World View

March 1 st 2019 by John Wilson

An annotated reading of your world.

"Surplus Population"

"Surplus Population"

March 1 st 2019 by Susan Wise Bauer

History tells of the past, how we write it tells of the present.

Twelve Rules for the Bookish Life

Twelve Rules for the Bookish Life

March 1 st 2019 by Doug Sikkema

(Of course, the bookish life needs no rules.)

Prophet of the Human-Built World: An Introduction to John Ruskin

Prophet of the Human-Built World: An Introduction to John Ruskin

March 1 st 2019 by Alan Jacobs

Linking our prayers and our purchases, our art and our labour.

The Elusive Common Good

The Elusive Common Good

March 1 st 2019 by Judith Dean

A flawed but useful case for modest consensus.