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Rethinking the Secular, Redeeming Christendom

Rethinking the Secular, Redeeming Christendom

April 2 nd 2015 by James K.A. Smith

The very mission of the church takes it into the imperial palace, the executive mansion, the halls of the capitol.

The Beauty of Work, the Injustice of Toil

The Beauty of Work, the Injustice of Toil

March 1 st 2015 by James K.A. Smith

Why John Ruskin should be a patron saint of the "faith and work" conversation.

Serving God On The Inside And On The Outside

Serving God On The Inside And On The Outside

January 1 st 2015 by John P. Bowen

Are Christians in Politics inevitably compromised?

Prudence > Courage

Prudence > Courage

December 12 th 2014 by Matthew Lee Anderson

Being governed by prudence.

Talking About God in Public

Talking About God in Public

December 4 th 2014 by Doug Sikkema

Rowan Williams offers an indispensable aid for anyone struggling to talk about God publicly.

Public Health and the Common Good

Public Health and the Common Good

October 16 th 2014 by Matthew Loftus

The church speaks out against abortion and euthanasia, but lags in creating a culture that supports the most vulnerable.

Social Reform As If History Matters

Social Reform As If History Matters

October 2 nd 2014 by James K.A. Smith

Challenging the monopoly of the state should not be confused with burning it to the ground.

Contemporary Fiction and a Longing for the Miraculous

Contemporary Fiction and a Longing for the Miraculous

September 25 th 2014 by Deborah Bowen

"I don't want realism! I want magic!" —Tennessee Williams

How to Survive the Secular Apocalypse

How to Survive the Secular Apocalypse

September 18 th 2014 by Kevin Flatt

When the cracks get too wide, what keeps the secular society from crashing down?

Sacred and Secular Belief: Can We Have Peace?

Sacred and Secular Belief: Can We Have Peace?

September 1 st 2014 by Mary Anne Waldron

Are we on our way to a belief-free society now that we are educated and prosperous?

Is Religious Journalism Haunted?

Is Religious Journalism Haunted?

September 1 st 2014 by Alissa Wilkinson

Cracks in the myth of objectivity.

Imagining an "Open" Secularism

Imagining an "Open" Secularism

September 1 st 2014 by Charles Taylor with James K.A. Smith

The intersection of ideas and public life for understanding our "secular age."

What Then?

What Then?

September 1 st 2014 by Peter Stockland

Throughout history, the light has always broken through.

The Other Side of the Story

The Other Side of the Story

June 1 st 2014 by Mark Mulder

How churches contribute to the erosion of social architecture.

Converging Trends in the City

Converging Trends in the City

June 1 st 2014 by Michael Van Pelt

When the ideals of beauty and justice meet the realities of the city, we need wisdom and a gentle touch.