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"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.

Headquarters: The 2019 Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize

Headquarters: The 2019 Ross and Davis Mitchell Prize

March 1 st 2019 by Stephen Lazarus and Lisa Ann Cockrell

Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.

A Migrant Invasion?

A Migrant Invasion?

March 1 st 2019 by Noah Toly

Beyond platitudes and towards policy on immigration.

The Age of Anti-Biography

The Age of Anti-Biography

March 1 st 2019 by Sarah Ruden

Widening our view of life stories.

Can Churches Come in from the Cold War?

Can Churches Come in from the Cold War?

March 1 st 2019 by Elesha Coffman

The way North American churches reacted to the pressures of power decades ago still haunts them.

The Armenian Option

The Armenian Option

February 28 th 2019 by Matthew Milliner

What might a North American Christianity inspired by Armenia look like?

Editorial: In Praise of Miscellany

Editorial: In Praise of Miscellany

February 21 st 2019 by John Wilson

Because life has its odds and ends.

The Future of Church-Race Relations

The Future of Church-Race Relations

February 14 th 2019 by Jemar Tisby with Wesley Hill

Why looking back might be the best way for the church to look ahead.

A Productive Manifesto

A Productive Manifesto

February 6 th 2019 by Brian Dijkema

A populist policy agenda that just might work for America.

Crossing the STEM Divide

Crossing the STEM Divide

January 31 st 2019 by Brent Orrell

Thinking hard about soft skills and how they’re developed.

The Church and the Common Good

The Church and the Common Good

January 17 th 2019 by Brad East

Can we equate the church's eternal mission with temporary politics?

The Year of Whose Lord?

The Year of Whose Lord?

January 10 th 2019 by Chad Wellmon

Let’s not expect too much of (Christian) humanism.