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Marriage is a Social Justice Issue

Marriage is a Social Justice Issue

June 1 st 2015 by W. Bradford Wilcox and James K.A. Smith

A conversation with Brad Wilcox about the social revolutions that have generated economic inequality.

World View

World View

June 1 st 2015 by James K.A. Smith
Run Toward the Pain

Run Toward the Pain

May 7 th 2015 by Matthew Loftus

Broken cities need those minor leaders who cultivate a community's moral formation.

Pedagogies for the Public Square

Pedagogies for the Public Square

March 19 th 2015 by Becca McBride

We cannot all be right in the public square.

The Joy of Sex, the Pangs of Labour

The Joy of Sex, the Pangs of Labour

January 15 th 2015 by Brian Dijkema

There's potential for an unlikely romance between workers' rights and family values

The Lamb of Wall Street

The Lamb of Wall Street

January 8 th 2015 by Maxwell Anderson

Could business use a catechism?

Thank God For Bureaucracy

Thank God For Bureaucracy

December 18 th 2014 by James K.A. Smith

A defense of good regulation.

Redeeming Conservatism

Redeeming Conservatism

December 1 st 2014 by James K.A. Smith

Conservatism is more hopeful and optimistic than we like to give it credit for.

Public Health and the Common Good

Public Health and the Common Good

October 16 th 2014 by Matthew Loftus

The church speaks out against abortion and euthanasia, but lags in creating a culture that supports the most vulnerable.

Social Reform As If History Matters

Social Reform As If History Matters

October 2 nd 2014 by James K.A. Smith

Challenging the monopoly of the state should not be confused with burning it to the ground.

How to Survive the Secular Apocalypse

How to Survive the Secular Apocalypse

September 18 th 2014 by Kevin Flatt

When the cracks get too wide, what keeps the secular society from crashing down?

Inequality, Gentrification, and Justice: Continuing the Conversation with Jonathan Bradford

Inequality, Gentrification, and Justice: Continuing the Conversation with Jonathan Bradford

June 26 th 2014 by Jonathan Bradford with James K.A. Smith

Humans can only put up with disconnection for so long.

The Other Side of the Story

The Other Side of the Story

June 1 st 2014 by Mark Mulder

How churches contribute to the erosion of social architecture.

The Other Side of the City

The Other Side of the City

June 1 st 2014 by James K.A. Smith

The city is good AND broken.

Converging Trends in the City

Converging Trends in the City

June 1 st 2014 by Michael Van Pelt

When the ideals of beauty and justice meet the realities of the city, we need wisdom and a gentle touch.