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Are Bible Apps Destined to Purify the Printed Word?
Whose Religion? Which Flourishing?

Whose Religion? Which Flourishing?

February 17 th 2016 by Robert Joustra

Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi wants you to flourish too. Now what?

Hearing Lost Voices: Risky Friendships and Faithful Presence

Hearing Lost Voices: Risky Friendships and Faithful Presence

February 10 th 2016 by Beth Green with Karen Swallow Prior

Lessons about friendship, education, and influence in the life of Hannah More

Covering our Tracks

Covering our Tracks

December 1 st 2015 by Roberta Green Ahmanson

If we lose our aesthetic heritage, we lose the means to speak to an age enchanted by images.

A Wardrobe in Kansas, Portal to Mystery

A Wardrobe in Kansas, Portal to Mystery

November 4 th 2015 by Erin Doom

A “show and tell” exploration of the Eighth Day Institute in Wichita, Kansas.

Mortality and the Limits of Medicine

Mortality and the Limits of Medicine

September 1 st 2015 by J. Todd Billings

Why is the experiment of turning dying into a medical experience failing?

Headquarters

Headquarters

September 1 st 2015 by Milton Friesen
How Creation Regained Changed Everything

How Creation Regained Changed Everything

June 18 th 2015 by Heidi De Jonge and Ken Herfst

His only regret was expressed in a poignant question: "Why haven't we heard of this before?"

Tapping on the Glass

Tapping on the Glass

March 1 st 2015 by Milton Friesen

The consequences of turning our decisions over to algorithms.

"The Dickensian Aspect": Persistent Poverty and Inequality
Zero to What, Zero to Where?

Zero to What, Zero to Where?

October 30 th 2014 by Peter Boumgarden

Entrepreneurship is on the rise. What are the kids pursuing, and should we invest?

A Postcard from the Pacific Northwest

A Postcard from the Pacific Northwest

September 1 st 2014 by Matthew Kaemingk

What does the future hold for secularism in the West?

Is Religious Journalism Haunted?

Is Religious Journalism Haunted?

September 1 st 2014 by Alissa Wilkinson

Cracks in the myth of objectivity.

Imagining an "Open" Secularism

Imagining an "Open" Secularism

September 1 st 2014 by Charles Taylor with James K.A. Smith

The intersection of ideas and public life for understanding our "secular age."

What are you reading?

What are you reading?

July 10 th 2014 by Ken Myers, David Henreckson & more

In the dreary busy-ness of February we vow: "This summer I'm going to read________?"