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My Inequity, Your Inequity

My Inequity, Your Inequity

April 15 th 2021 by Patton Dodd

How do you repent of social sin?

The Liberating Word Made Flesh

The Liberating Word Made Flesh

March 11 th 2021 by Nathan Beacom

Frederick Douglass's powerful witness embodied a vision for love and justice that remains a rebuke to the violence of our day.

Grace Under Pressure

Grace Under Pressure

October 29 th 2020 by Asher Imtiaz

A photo essay.

Seeking Patterns Beneath

Seeking Patterns Beneath

October 29 th 2020 by Debra Rienstra

Lessons on creative wisdom from jazz and its disciplines.

Proximity Over Punditry

Proximity Over Punditry

September 5 th 2019 by Katelyn Beaty

Seeing and being seen in back-row America.

A Damnable Shame

A Damnable Shame

March 14 th 2019 by Mark Mulder

The church as co-conspirator in unrelenting, adaptive racism.

The Devil You Don't Know

The Devil You Don't Know

June 8 th 2017 by Milton Friesen

A data scientist uncovers the power of hidden algorithms that carry out digital injustice.

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?

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.

A World Without Work?

A World Without Work?

May 5 th 2016 by Steven McMullen

If work is service, the opportunities to work are infinite.

Hearing Lost Voices: Risky Friendships and Faithful Presence

Hearing Lost Voices: Risky Friendships and Faithful Presence

February 10 th 2016 by Beth Green with Karen Swallow Prior

Lessons about friendship, education, and influence in the life of Hannah More

We Don't Talk About That

We Don't Talk About That

December 1 st 2015 by Mark Charles

When remembering is painful, but necessary.

The Justice of Memory, the Grace of Forgetting: A Conversation with Miroslav Volf

The Justice of Memory, the Grace of Forgetting: A Conversation with Miroslav Volf

December 1 st 2015 by Miroslav Volf with James K.A. Smith

How to remember the truth with love, and why we should hope to forget.

Education and Inequality

Education and Inequality

September 10 th 2015 by Beth Green

Private education is a public good.

In Defense of Elitism

In Defense of Elitism

July 16 th 2015 by Roger Scruton

Do you want to live in a world where everyone gets an "A"?