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Citizens Aren't Just Born. They're Formed

Citizens Aren't Just Born. They're Formed

June 27 th 2019 by Kevin den Dulk

Why civil society is no substitute for a distinctively political education.

A Tidy Mind

A Tidy Mind

June 5 th 2019 by Hannah LaGrand

Thinking is like chores: never done, but necessary for public (and private) life.

Editorial: Consumption Pharisees? On the New Minimalism

Editorial: Consumption Pharisees? On the New Minimalism

November 22 nd 2018 by Sarah Hamersma

Is there room for others in our tiny homes?

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.

Holy Clutter

Holy Clutter

November 1 st 2018 by Matt Miller

Our stuff isn’t just for private joy; we have things to share.

Outside In

Outside In

August 22 nd 2018 by Alan Jacobs

What do we see when we look at ourselves?

Beerbelly Elegy

Beerbelly Elegy

June 28 th 2018 by Coleson Smith

Your favoured end of the beer cooler shouldn’t predict your politics.

Alone on the Train

Alone on the Train

June 27 th 2018 by Chris Nye

Social Isolation Symposium: Stories of hope and of heartbreak

Single Beds Were Made for One

Single Beds Were Made for One

June 12 th 2018 by Andrea Mrozek

Social isolation starts in families—thankfully it can end there too.

Single and Dying to Self

Single and Dying to Self

June 12 th 2018 by Tim Selles

Relationships are messy, but the messiness contains a sanctifying purpose.

Why Do the Young Men Rage?

Why Do the Young Men Rage?

May 30 th 2018 by Matthew Loftus

When young men feel like outsiders, they are more drawn to violent ideologies that validate their experiences.

Isolation and the Prospects for Democracy: The Challenge for the Alienated

Isolation and the Prospects for Democracy: The Challenge for the Alienated

May 24 th 2018 by Kevin den Dulk

Does pluralism have an answer to our social estrangement?

Life on a Line: Human Movement Through Urban Space and Time
Editorial: Not Meant to Be Alone

Editorial: Not Meant to Be Alone

May 3 rd 2018 by James K.A. Smith

Social isolation is a quiet epidemic in affluent Western societies. What’s happening? What can be done?

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.