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Don't Call It Theocracy

July 5 th 2018 by James K.A. Smith

A caution for reactionary liberals who hear “theocracy” whenever Christians talk about “the kingdom.”

All the Lonely Workers

June 14 th 2018 by Brian Dijkema

Why the social dimension of work is more important than ever.

Single and Dying to Self

June 12 th 2018 by Tim Selles

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

The Architecture of Loneliness in Refugee Communities

June 7 th 2018 by D.L. Mayfield

The biggest obstacle facing refugees and immigrants might actually be loneliness.

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?

Love, Again

May 10 th 2018 by Wesley Hill

On a celibate breakup and what happened after.

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?

April 19 th 2018 by Will Kymlicka

Just immigration policy needs more than just hospitality.

Christian Higher Education in an Exponential Age

April 5 th 2018 by Kevin Brown and Stephen Clements

Not all values can be quantified.

What Is Marilynne Robinson Hawking?

March 22 nd 2018 by Doug Sikkema

Calvinism in the Toronto Public Library.

Undomesticated Love

March 8 th 2018 by Lori Branch

Is it really "dissent" that we need to recover today?

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.

Editorial: Is the University Worth Saving?

March 1 st 2018 by James K.A. Smith

Society has questions. Let's not dismiss them.

World View

March 1 st 2018 by James K.A. Smith

An annotated reading of your world.

Are We Our Students' Keepers?

March 1 st 2018 by Sarah Hamersma

Thinking about country-club campuses and daily bread in North America's universities.