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July 31, 2013
Rachel Held Evans’ latest post at CNN's religion blog has stirred up controversy in just...
July 24, 2013
On Honesty and Confession
Does a moral, psychological “point of no return” exist? Shakespeare illustrates what this turning point...
July 22, 2013
Short-term Missions, Long-term Places
The Gospel Coalition recently posted an article by Darren Carlson entitled “Why You Should Consider...
July 17, 2013
Public Christianity and Faithful Institutional Presence
This weekend I had the privilege of gathering with a group of Fare Forward writers...
July 08, 2013
Lumen Fidei: FF Writers React
Michael Hannon: Lumen Fidei is a fine title for Pope Francis’ first encyclical, but I...
June 20, 2013
How Should We Spend Our Goodwill?
The New York Times reports on the controversy over the presence of Christian religious symbols...
June 12, 2013
What We Can Learn from Young Atheists
Recently The Atlantic posted an article entitled, “Listening to Young Atheists, Lessons for a Stronger...
June 06, 2013
Doubting the Value of Doubt
Writing about John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress, Samuel Taylor Coleridge said, "I could not have believed...
May 09, 2013
Orthodoxy Has Won?
In an interesting read from Time Magazine, Mary Eberstat, author of this new book on secularism,...
May 08, 2013
The Real Case Against the Suburbs, or, How Ought Christians to Think About the Common Good?
Over at Mere O, Keith Miller has been kind enough to respond to a piece...
May 03, 2013
Should We Buy Houses?
At the end of yesterday's post, the editors called for a renewed attempt to distinguish...
April 18, 2013
Why Don’t We Talk About Friendship More?
This weekend, I was blessed to have the opportunity to hear Wesley Hill, the author of Washed...
April 16, 2013
The Decline of Dawkins and the Dawn of Deliberative Doubt
In March 2012, a crowd of atheists flocked to the National Mall in Washington, DC...
March 27, 2013
Persuading Isn’t Just about Argumentation
This week First Things ran an excellent article entitled "Pope Francis and the Clash of Revelations."...
March 24, 2013
Avoiding Civilizational Hard Ceilings
I recently wrote about an interview I conducted with sociologist Robert Bellah in preparation...
March 23, 2013
Introducing the Sacrallennials
Over at Juicy Ecumenism, guest poster Thomas Holgrave (of the worth-checking-out blog The Hipster...
February 28, 2013
What I’ve Learned from Communion
Growing up, my church observed “Lord’s Supper” once a quarter. Every three months, an extra...
February 18, 2013
Charles Taylor on the Future of Religion
From A Secular Age: One future, which flows out of mainline secularization theory, sees...
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