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Who Watches the Nudgers?

March 1 st 2017 by Karen Tan

It's less about trusting government and more about governments being trustworthy.

Headquarters: Cardus Education Survey

December 1 st 2016 by Beth Green and Doug Sikkema

Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.

A Story Called Rest

December 1 st 2016 by Jen Pollock Michel

Can we imagine a society where Sabbath constrains our clamorous desires?

The Will is Not Enough

December 1 st 2016 by Chad Wellmon with Brian Dijkema

Why we need to think less about our phones and more about our practices.

The Church as Jig

December 1 st 2016 by James K.A. Smith

What would it mean to resurrect the idea of a "Christian society"?

Full Circle: Art and Revolution

September 1 st 2016 by Gregory Wolfe

Sometimes the best artistic innovation is simply what composers call "theme and variation."

Editorial: Join the Anti-Revolutionary Party

August 18 th 2016 by James K.A. Smith

You have nothing to lose but your hubris.

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?

June 23 rd 2016 by Darren Brouwer

Why chemists need to be humanists.

How Then Shall We Work?: Automation

June 1 st 2016 by Jason Ballard

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

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.

The Commons: In Search of Connection

June 1 st 2016 by Alexandra Siebert

Navigating Canada's Silicon Valley as a modern Mennonite.

Welcome to the Desert of the Real: A Conversation with Peter Thiel

June 1 st 2016 by James K.A. Smith with Peter Thiel

Amid Silicon Valley hype, an entrepreneur's pessimism might be a sign of hope.

Who's Reprogramming Your City?

June 1 st 2016 by Noah Toly

How we can keep smart cities from becoming settlements for sophisticated savages?

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?