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Work and Family in Sync

Work and Family in Sync

November 15 th 2018 by Brian Dijkema, with Rachel Anderson, Katelyn Beaty

There’s a time to work, and a time to raise children. We should be concerned when those rhythms are interrupted.

Fear, Anger, and Finding Another Way

Fear, Anger, and Finding Another Way

October 24 th 2018 by Abram Van Engen

When is it right to be afraid?

The Peril, and Possibilities, of Christian Political Parties

The Peril, and Possibilities, of Christian Political Parties

August 30 th 2018 by Bryan McGraw

Lessons from nineteenth-century Christians on political catechesis.

The Politics of the Good Samaritan

The Politics of the Good Samaritan

January 18 th 2018 by Robert Joustra

We've projected our political biases onto the parable. Can we hear it again, afresh?

Persuasion Is for Amateurs

Persuasion Is for Amateurs

August 31 st 2017 by Gracy Olmstead

Why a focus on adjectives, rather than nouns, might be the salve our political culture needs.

Does Tyranny Need a Twelve Step Program?

Does Tyranny Need a Twelve Step Program?

July 13 th 2017 by David T. Koyzis

Democracy and tyranny have a codependent relationship

A Form of Godliness

A Form of Godliness

June 1 st 2017 by Susan Wise Bauer

Why civil religion won't save us from religious nationalism or radical secularism.

Who's Afraid of Secularism?

Who's Afraid of Secularism?

May 11 th 2017 by Robert Joustra

What will civil religion look like in a post-Christian America?

Lost in the Aggregate

Lost in the Aggregate

February 2 nd 2017 by Sean Speer

Our government doesn't need more rules, it needs more judgment.

"High" Tories, Low Impact?

"High" Tories, Low Impact?

January 19 th 2017 by Brent Waters

Worrying about "true" or "pure" or "real" conservatism is a recipe for irrelevance.

Beyond "Coexist"

Beyond "Coexist"

June 30 th 2016 by Kevin den Dulk

Why should we desire unity about pluralism?

Who's Reprogramming Your City?

Who's Reprogramming Your City?

June 1 st 2016 by Noah Toly

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

The Context of Love is the World: Liturgies of Incarceration

The Context of Love is the World: Liturgies of Incarceration

March 3 rd 2016 by David Dark

A professor went to prison to teach; he had a lot to learn.

Lessons for an Amnesiac Society

Lessons for an Amnesiac Society

December 1 st 2015 by Kevin Flatt

How to remember in an age of disruption.

We Are All Complicit

We Are All Complicit

June 1 st 2015 by Mark Mulder

Why the American Dream remains elusive for so many of our kids.