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James Davison Hunter’s vision of Christian engagement with culture is just the right word for our time.
Our institutions have to be based on something stronger than how we feel at a given moment. But what would that be precisely?
Faith sets us at odds with the world. So we’re in perfect position to question the status quo.
An author considers the premise of her own book and asks: When is it OK to be proactive with the space you take up as a leader, and when is it unethical?
Paul Ingrassia’s new book shows us what we should already have known. And models how to write plainly.
Piling up Facebook friends seems ridiculous. But “Hannah’s Child” shows that Christians can’t have too many friends.