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The Triumph of the Quantitative or an Erosion of Trust?

The Triumph of the Quantitative or an Erosion of Trust?

November 8 th 2013 by Jonathan Patrick

Numbers don't tell the whole story. Augustine does.

World View

World View

September 1 st 2013 by James K.A. Smith

An annotated reading of your world, including Seerveld, the U.S. Supreme Court, Trayvon Martin, and Detroit.

Habits of Engagement: Faith Based Organizations and the Life of Cities
Here is the Privilege, and Here is the Cost

Here is the Privilege, and Here is the Cost

November 1 st 2012 by Benjamin Kwashi

Wherever the Gospel is truly lived, it demands change in behaviour, courtesy, and character.

Towards Transformational Reading of Scripture

Towards Transformational Reading of Scripture

November 1 st 2012 by Jean Vanier

We must gradually live as Jesus lived, love as he loved, and choose to become little and humble as Jesus was.

Investigating and Empowering
Cultivating a Shelter
Church Practices and Public Life: A Global Feast
Moving Beyond the Physical to a Richer Definition of Health

Moving Beyond the Physical to a Richer Definition of Health

March 5 th 2012 by Aron Zuidhof

The definition of health is rooted in what it means to be human.

Suburban Origins, Suburban Legacies

Suburban Origins, Suburban Legacies

March 1 st 2012 by Philip Bess

We cannot afford the infrastructure and living arrangements we have built to centre our lives around the automobile.

Something Beautiful for God: The Gift of Jean Vanier

Something Beautiful for God: The Gift of Jean Vanier

March 1 st 2012 by Craig Bartholomew

Vanier and the L'Arche communities exemplify the "journey inward" funding the "journey outward."

Jacques Ellul and Technology's Trade-off

Jacques Ellul and Technology's Trade-off

March 1 st 2012 by David W. Gill

When did "hard-working, successful, creative" become our virtues of choice?