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News Media and Belonging 

Part 5 of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter This post wraps up a series on reading the news like a Christian....

A Broad Place: Waning Thoughts on the Freedom to Teach

By Ephraim Radner One of my first memories of what a university looks like comes from my boyhood in early 1960s Berkeley. In my father’s...

Re-Evaluating David Brooks

It was circa 2002. I was an urban church planter in an evangelical denomination in my early 30s, working in a trendy American city....


We citizens of Technopolis believe fervently in the supremacy of the will. What we will is how things are. Nothing is chiseled into sacred tablets, nothing has any meaning that we can’t change, nothing is beyond our self-interested exploitation and tinkering. If by an act of collective will we deem something good, then it must be good simply because we’ve deemed it so.

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An open letter from a young Anglican


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