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What Is the City on the Hill?

What Is the City on the Hill?

March 18 th 2021 by Richard Mouw

On the uses and abuses of John Winthrop’s famous sermon.

Review: The Blood of Our Attention

Review: The Blood of Our Attention

February 11 th 2021 by Jeff Reimer

How to love your crooked historical neighbour with your crooked heart.

Embodied Histories

Embodied Histories

July 9 th 2020 by Heidi Deddens

Storied Cities

Storied Cities

July 2 nd 2020 by Aaron Renn

The lost link between a city's forgotten history and its cultural potential.

Terrence Malick and the Question of Martyrdom

Terrence Malick and the Question of Martyrdom

June 25 th 2020 by David Michael

"Does a man have the right to let himself be put to death for the truth?" —Søren Kierkegaard

A Letter to Dietrich von Hildebrand
A Letter to C.S. Lewis
Dear America

Dear America

May 21 st 2020 by Larycia Hawkins

When the Past Has No Place

When the Past Has No Place

April 30 th 2020 by Joseph Grenny

The power and peril of examining personal history.

In the Shadow of Memory

In the Shadow of Memory

April 23 rd 2020 by Danté Stewart

"The act of imagination is bound up with memory." —Toni Morrison

The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

April 16 th 2020 by Anne Snyder

Discerning history in all its multitudes.

A Living Memory

A Living Memory

March 12 th 2020 by Yishai Schwartz

Amalek, forgetting, and the lessons of Jewish memory.

Jesus Is a Jew

Jesus Is a Jew

January 30 th 2020 by David Brooks

The ineffable becomes intelligible in Israel.

The Reflective Patriotism of Land of Hope

The Reflective Patriotism of Land of Hope

September 19 th 2019 by John Wood Jr.

Finding proper perspective on America’s history.

"Surplus Population"

"Surplus Population"

March 1 st 2019 by Susan Wise Bauer

History tells of the past, how we write it tells of the present.