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Lent with Leonard

Lent with Leonard

April 5 th 2012 by Chris Cuthill

Leonard Cohen develops Old Ideas for surviving the Lenten desert: a "manual for living with defeat."

The Political Legacy of Superheroes

The Political Legacy of Superheroes

March 1 st 2012 by Adam Barkman

The world, including the political world, will always need saints to imitate.

The Monsters Among Us

The Monsters Among Us

February 24 th 2012 by Adam Barkman

Examining our history—and ourselves—through our unicorns, sea serpents, witches, aliens, and zombies.

The Devil Plays Catan

The Devil Plays Catan

February 1 st 2012 by Kyle David Bennett

A game can be a fecund womb through which habitual evil is birthed.

Choose your heroes carefully

Choose your heroes carefully

January 25 th 2012 by Jason Bouwman

Is business the only game in life worth winning?

Libya and the Responsibility to Protect
Editorial: What we talk about when we talk about society

Editorial: What we talk about when we talk about society

September 1 st 2011 by Brian Dijkema and Alissa Wilkinson

A good society has not only its institutions, but its loves in order.

Why Bother with the Humanities in a Time of Crisis?

Why Bother with the Humanities in a Time of Crisis?

September 1 st 2011 by Deborah Bowen

Through riots, wars, and droughts, I teach English. Fiddling while Rome burns?

How Then Shall We Mourn?

How Then Shall We Mourn?

September 1 st 2011 by Allison Backous

What would it do for us if, instead of skipping over the difficult stories of our lives, we put them on paper?

Dying Well

Dying Well

June 8 th 2011 by Rob Moll

Our culture's greatest need dovetails with perhaps the church's greatest opportunity: to point the way toward living and dying well.