Political Campaigns Worth Running?

Happy Fourth of July! Over at Capitol Commentary, Stephanie Summers reflects on what it might look like to run a political campaign that savors public justice: As many Christians have developed an aversion to uncivil political discourse, our taste has been rightly cultivated towards civility, but not necessarily towards substance. This is a crucial distinction. [Read More...]

How Can We Get Along When We Disagree?

This week isn’t just the week leading up to Independence Day here in the U.S. – it’s also a week full of contentious Supreme Court decisions, including Monday’s ruling regarding Hobby Lobby and the decisions that will likely result. So it seemed appropriate that Q Ideas’ weekly question is “How can we get along when [Read More...]

Understanding Our Political Responsibilities

I’ll be honest: I’m a fairly well-informed citizen who believes that my faith should inform the way I think and act in the public square. Add to this that some of my best friends work in and around politics, on both sides of the aisle, as researchers, aides, scholars, professors, and public servants. But I [Read More...]

The Interweaving of Digital Life with Embodied Life – Politics on Facebook

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Once upon a time, it was possible to speak of digital life as something distinct from real life. But that time is no longer, for most of us, at least. Digital life has utterly permeated physical life for multiple millions of people who, because of digital social media and mobile technology, are never disconnected from [Read More...]


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