All things new
While we impatiently follow in the wake of the work of the Spirit of God, waiting for the complete re-booting of heaven and earth, we need more communities like
L'Abri and more little jubilees. This issue of Comment celebrates the promise of the future reign of God, partly by being the house journal for one such event: the annual Jubilee student conference in Pittsburgh. To our readers there and everywhere, we hope this issue points to the yearned-for return of Jesus,
and the fulfillment of creation's possibilities.
Contributors to this Issue
Charles W. Colson
Founder and head of Prison Fellowship Ministries, the world's largest outreach to prisoners.
Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the M.A. Higher Education program at Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Penn.
Gabe Lyons and his wife Rebekah founded Fermi Project in 2003.
Dr. James Romaine is a New York City based art historian who is an Associate Professor of Art History at Nyack College.
Jim Skillen was formerly the director of the Center for Public Justice in Washington D.C.
Dr. John Seel is a senior fellow at Cardus and director of cultural engagement at the John Templeton Foundation.
Kelly Monroe Kullberg
Founder of The Veritas Forum, an interactive forum for tough questions on college campuses across North America
Nancy R. Pearcey
Ditor-at-large of The Pearcey Report and professor of worldview studies at Philadelphia Biblical University.
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