Spring 2014 | Volume 32, Issue 1
Daniel is the poster boy of refusal to compromise. Except, of course, when he did.
Daniel was faithful amidst compromise. His expectations were cut to the measure of exile.
So this issue of Comment undertakes an audacious goal: to redeem compromise. We want to recover a sense in which compromise can actually be faithful, a good, tangible expression of our commitment to shalom.
- The Record
The lost art of brokered effectiveness in our public life.
An annotated reading of your world, including liberals, Theos, and canine sacraments.
In our " Work & Economics " file Cardus works toward an organization of work that contributes to employee care, human dignity, and business with integrity—a.k.a. the common good.
The Grey Area is Holy Ground
The bottom line for great compromisers: "It's not that simple."
Why Not Rather Be Wronged?
Loving our enemies could have surprising results.
A Cord of Three Strands
We can't walk toward the good if we can't recognize it.
In Good Faith: Compromise in the Face of a Revolution
The personal and public nature of compromise
In the Beginning Was . . . The Left and the Right
What to do about the modern political divide?
Putting Love to Work
Love is for practice, not pontificating.
Face to Face with the Wronged
Confronting apartheid, changing perspectives
Consumption and Culture-Making
Let's fight for balance and care in our fight against resource over-consumption.