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When Self-Help Means Less Help

When Self-Help Means Less Help

October 11 th 2018 by Raymond C. Barfield

Learning to live as if you’ll die one day.

If Despair Is the Disease, What Is the Treatment?

If Despair Is the Disease, What Is the Treatment?

June 21 st 2018 by Bob Cutillo

How discarded images can forge a path to life.

How to Grow Old

How to Grow Old

December 22 nd 2016 by Cornelius Plantinga

Aging doesn't have to mean decline; make it a pilgrimage of hope.

The Commons: Designed Isolation

The Commons: Designed Isolation

December 1 st 2016 by Doug Sikkema

It's difficult to love what we can't see.

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.

Eating as Discipleship

Eating as Discipleship

July 28 th 2016 by Jeffrey Bilbro

The food economy is still an accessible place to begin working out an economy of membership.

Better Living through Chemistry?

Better Living through Chemistry?

June 23 rd 2016 by Darren Brouwer

Why chemists need to be humanists.

Pursuing Health in an Anxious Age

Pursuing Health in an Anxious Age

June 9 th 2016 by Bob Cutillo

Medical technology brings no peace like trusting in a God who is actively at work.

How Then Shall We Work?: Medicine

How Then Shall We Work?: Medicine

June 1 st 2016 by Matthew Loftus

A symposium on the changing nature of professions in the digital age.

Digital Restlessness and Something More Certain

Digital Restlessness and Something More Certain

June 1 st 2016 by Albert Borgmann

If we've stretched into the "fourth dimension" of cyberspace, why does the world feel so flat?

The Super Bowl and "the Supersex Myth"

The Super Bowl and "the Supersex Myth"

February 3 rd 2016 by Jedd Medefind

What justice advocates can learn from their critics

Reestablishing Rhythms of Remembering

Reestablishing Rhythms of Remembering

December 9 th 2015 by Benjamin Mast

The church's unique practices of memory are a gift to an aging society.

The State of Joy

The State of Joy

October 22 nd 2015 by James K.A. Smith

What if we tried to assess the health of society, not merely in terms of GDP or a consumer confidence index, but in terms of joy?

The Public Intellectual as Poet: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part I

The Public Intellectual as Poet: A Conversation with Margaret Somerville, part I

September 3 rd 2015 by James K.A. Smith with Margaret Somerville

Stretching the imagination of a secular society.

In the Bodies and Labours of Women