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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.

Photo Essay: Making and Keeping Peace
One Nation, Sinful Under God

One Nation, Sinful Under God

January 21 st 2021 by Shadi Hamid

A greater appreciation of sin could unite America.

Building Trust Across the Political Divide

Building Trust Across the Political Divide

January 21 st 2021 by April Lawson

The surprising bridge of conflict.

The Complexities of Forbearance

The Complexities of Forbearance

January 14 th 2021 by Gregory Lee

Augustinian insights for an age of polarization.

Sacred Conversations

Sacred Conversations

September 17 th 2020 by Elizabeth Oldfield

How might we speak fruitfully about our most precious principles?

Habits for Ideological Times

Habits for Ideological Times

January 16 th 2020 by Samuel Kimbriel

“The one who contends with beasts should take care not to become a beast in turn.” —Friedrich Nietzsche

The Tribes That Bind

The Tribes That Bind

January 2 nd 2020 by Anne Snyder

Wrestling with loyalty in a fractured age.

Is there a Christian Pluralist Approach to Immigration?

Is there a Christian Pluralist Approach to Immigration?

April 19 th 2018 by Will Kymlicka

Just immigration policy needs more than just hospitality.

The Modest University

The Modest University

March 1 st 2018 by Chad Wellmon

The moral argument in favour of limits on the moral jurisdiction of universities.

The Headscarf: Islam's Gift to Western Democracy

The Headscarf: Islam's Gift to Western Democracy

June 1 st 2017 by Matthew Kaemingk

Learning to welcome Islam is a way to relearn what democracy is about.

L'Etat, C'Est Toi

L'Etat, C'Est Toi

June 1 st 2017 by Andrew Bennett with Brian Dijkema

Why proclaiming Christ as King provides the basis for religious freedom for those who don't.

Pluralism, Difference, and the Dynamics of Trust

Pluralism, Difference, and the Dynamics of Trust

March 1 st 2017 by John Inazu with James K.A. Smith

What's the likelihood of living together if we can't even trust our neighbours?

How to Get Beyond Your Tribe

How to Get Beyond Your Tribe

October 27 th 2016 by Lisa Hosack

The bad, the ugly, but also the good of group identification.

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?