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What Is Marilynne Robinson Hawking?

March 22 nd 2018 by Doug Sikkema

Calvinism in the Toronto Public Library.

Marilynne Robinson's Apologia Gloriae

March 1 st 2018 by James K.A. Smith

Grateful for the novelist's public witness, we might worry about what's missing.

The Commons: Resist the Tyrannical Now

December 1 st 2017 by John Wilson

Seeing the invisible at church or a used bookstore.

Trust without Teachers

February 23 rd 2017 by Chad Wellmon

Social media have become the new custodians of knowledge. This matters.

The Life and Death of Evangelicalism's Little Magazine

January 12 th 2017 by John Schmalzbauer

Where will the evangelical life of the mind find a home after Books & Culture?

Headquarters: Cardus Education Survey

December 1 st 2016 by Beth Green and Doug Sikkema

Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.

Covering our Tracks

December 1 st 2015 by Roberta Green Ahmanson

If we lose our aesthetic heritage, we lose the means to speak to an age enchanted by images.

Memories Need Stories

December 1 st 2015 by Joseph Elliott Schlabs

A reader's vignette.

The Ethics of Attention in an Age of Distraction

June 25 th 2015 by Brian Dijkema

Why you need to get out of your own head.

Talking About God in Public

December 4 th 2014 by Doug Sikkema

Rowan Williams offers an indispensable aid for anyone struggling to talk about God publicly.

Zero to What, Zero to Where?

October 30 th 2014 by Peter Boumgarden

Entrepreneurship is on the rise. What are the kids pursuing, and should we invest?

Contemporary Fiction and a Longing for the Miraculous

September 25 th 2014 by Deborah Bowen

"I don't want realism! I want magic!" —Tennessee Williams

What are you reading?

July 10 th 2014 by Ken Myers, David Henreckson & more

In the dreary busy-ness of February we vow: "This summer I'm going to read________?"

An Artful Conversation with Marilyn Chandler McEntyre

December 6 th 2013 by Marilyn McEntyre

Conversing with care: what we can learn from Jane Austen's England about communicating.