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Headquarters: Cardus Education Survey

Headquarters: Cardus Education Survey

December 1 st 2016 by Beth Green and Doug Sikkema

Updates from Cardus on the renewal of social architecture.

Editorial: Cultural Jigs

Editorial: Cultural Jigs

November 10 th 2016 by Brian Dijkema

Finite creatures can find freedom in good constraints.

Editorial: Join the Anti-Revolutionary Party

Editorial: Join the Anti-Revolutionary Party

August 18 th 2016 by James K.A. Smith

You have nothing to lose but your hubris.

What Are We Willing to Know?

What Are We Willing to Know?

August 11 th 2016 by Marilyn McEntyre

Forming wisdom in an age of information overload.

In Vino Societas

In Vino Societas

August 4 th 2016 by Amy Ruis

A sommelier and business owner considers the social importance of conviviality and craft.

Eating as Discipleship

Eating as Discipleship

July 28 th 2016 by Jeffrey Bilbro

The food economy is still an accessible place to begin working out an economy of membership.

Better Living through Chemistry?

Better Living through Chemistry?

June 23 rd 2016 by Darren Brouwer

Why chemists need to be humanists.

Opening the Soul of the City: Talking About Cities with Noah Toly and Milton Friesen Part II
Laudato Si’: Structural Causes of the Ecological Crisis - Part II

Laudato Si’: Structural Causes of the Ecological Crisis - Part II

October 1 st 2015 by Jonathan Chaplin

What hath air conditioning to do with Jerusalem?

Laudato Si’: Structural Causes of the Ecological Crisis

Laudato Si’: Structural Causes of the Ecological Crisis

September 24 th 2015 by Jonathan Chaplin

What hath air conditioning to do with Jerusalem?

Is Ecology Haunted? An Ecocritic Reads Laudato Si`

Is Ecology Haunted? An Ecocritic Reads Laudato Si`

July 23 rd 2015 by Doug Sikkema

The meaning of “ecology” that ecologists forgot.

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.

A Prudential Manifesto: Class Struggle for the Common Good

A Prudential Manifesto: Class Struggle for the Common Good

December 1 st 2014 by Brian Dijkema

The gap between the life that elites preach and the life they live.

Consumption and Culture-Making

Consumption and Culture-Making

March 1 st 2014 by Brian Dijkema

Let's fight for balance and care in our fight against resource over-consumption.

A Table in the Wilderness, An Altar on the Farm

A Table in the Wilderness, An Altar on the Farm

January 30 th 2014 by Phillip Jensen

Creation as liturgy.