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Cindy Brandt

Cindy Brandt is a third-culture kid, a former missionary, and social-justice Christian. She blogs from Taiwan about faith and culture. She drives a Prius, is more interested in being evangelized than evangelizing, is "super social justice-y," and a feminist. She sees faith in the irreverent, miracles in the ordinary, and beauty in the margins. Her work...

God, International Affairs, and the Global Economy

"Imagine you’ve been called into the office of a major Bay Street international investor, or the C.E.O. of a multinational company. He hands a hefty Risk Analysis document to you, but explains, I think our team has missed something in our analysis of this investment. I fear that here, religion and the economy really do mix. Can you help?

Life-Long Learners 9.0

Ninth in an expert series on must-read books.

Living on the Streets

Times in Hamilton are changing. Theories of secularization have been discredited in many circles as unable to account for the true complexity of human life. People are taking a renewed interest in the role played by religion, both in theoretical perspective and in personal commitment. Living on the Streets suggests that established religious communities—churches,...