Articles tagged with Public Theology
Letter from the publisher.
Thinking is like chores: never done, but necessary for public (and private) life.
Communities require moral coherence to flourish. Is that possible today?
In church, our children are not our children. They're brothers and sisters in Christ.
The spiritual crisis underneath our jobs.
Can we equate the church's eternal mission with temporary politics?
Let’s not expect too much of (Christian) humanism.
The church is a jarring challenge to our self-help philosophies.
Our stuff isn’t just for private joy; we have things to share.
Lessons from nineteenth-century Christians on political catechesis.
What do we see when we look at ourselves?
Connecting the dots in our lives.
A caution for reactionary liberals who hear “theocracy” whenever Christians talk about “the kingdom.”
Why the social dimension of work is more important than ever.
Relationships are messy, but the messiness contains a sanctifying purpose.