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The Life and Death of Evangelicalism's Little Magazine

The Life and Death of Evangelicalism's Little Magazine

January 12 th 2017 by John Schmalzbauer

Where will the evangelical life of the mind find a home after Books & Culture?

How to Get Beyond Your Tribe

How to Get Beyond Your Tribe

October 27 th 2016 by Lisa Hosack

The bad, the ugly, but also the good of group identification.

Looking at the Election Through Polarized Lenses

Looking at the Election Through Polarized Lenses

September 29 th 2016 by Kevin den Dulk

What kind of pluralists do we want to be?

Revolutionism and our Secular Age

Revolutionism and our Secular Age

September 1 st 2016 by James K.A. Smith

What if unbelief is a social ill? Would we have the courage to name it? And hope otherwise?

Editorial: Join the Anti-Revolutionary Party

Editorial: Join the Anti-Revolutionary Party

August 18 th 2016 by James K.A. Smith

You have nothing to lose but your hubris.

What Are We Willing to Know?

What Are We Willing to Know?

August 11 th 2016 by Marilyn McEntyre

Forming wisdom in an age of information overload.

Welcome to the Desert of the Real: A Conversation with Peter Thiel

Welcome to the Desert of the Real: A Conversation with Peter Thiel

June 1 st 2016 by James K.A. Smith with Peter Thiel

Amid Silicon Valley hype, an entrepreneur's pessimism might be a sign of hope.

Up with the People?

Up with the People?

May 12 th 2016 by Eric Miller

There's nothing magical about "the people," unless they aspire to become a citizenry.

How to Read an Encyclical (and Why)

How to Read an Encyclical (and Why)

December 1 st 2015 by Brian Dijkema

A Protestant's grateful guide to these papal "technologies of remembrance."

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.

Headquarters

Headquarters

September 1 st 2015 by Milton Friesen
"Healthism" and a Healthy Society: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part II

"Healthism" and a Healthy Society: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part II

September 1 st 2015 by Margaret Somerville with James K.A. Smith

Stretching the imagination of a secular society.

Free to Serve: Why Pluralists Should Support Religious Freedom
Reviving Citizenship in the New Gilded Age
Who Owns "Social Justice?"

Who Owns "Social Justice?"

December 1 st 2014 by Lisa Hosack

Social work has been dominated by progressivism. But there's another way.