Spring 2021 | Volume 39, Issue 2
The Dynamics of Moral Agency
We live in an era newly awash in moral language when it comes to the systemic and the social. Frameworks of white supremacy and systemic racism, illegitimate political authority and a corrupted elite dominate our mental maps, each charge vast yet pointed, weighty yet difficult to pin down. As many of us awaken to realities of history that seem to be demanding something new from our lives, the conscientious person is asking, Where is the way of wisdom? How do I avoid becoming paralyzed, or worse, reactive and destructive? What’s the call on persons when the stakes most discussed are not automatically accountable to a person? Is there a call?
O Virtue, Where Art Thou?
The dynamics of moral agency in an age awakened to social sin.
My Inequity, Your Inequity
How do you repent of social sin?
Reconciliation Is Spiritual Formation
A framework for organizational practice.
A Black Woman at War
Battling for God and a nation’s people.
The Fading of Forgiveness
Tracing the disappearance of the thing we need most.
The Pharisee on Social Media
Virtue signalling and the vice of self-righteousness.
Toward a Contemporary Confession of Good Medicine
Three practitioners speak.
- Ten Commandments for Tech
Character in Crisis: The Challenges of Moral Formation in Higher Education
A conversation between two practitioners.
Labours of Love
Cultivating grounds for hope and good work.
Forging a People, Sustaining a Nation
Lessons from the book of Exodus.
The Literature of Social Change
How stories help us make sense of structure, agency, and ourselves.
Virtue Must Advertise
Why virtue signalling is a good and human thing and efforts to suppress it will lead to social disaster.