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America’s Farming Crisis, Laid Bare by Midwest Floods
A deeper problem lies beneath recent stories of swelling rivers, soggy small towns, and feel-good relief efforts.
Where Heaven and Nature SingSubscriber Access Only
Why a healthy society rests on the foundation of Christian joy.
Why We Need Small TownsSubscriber Access Only
And how they correct the supersized spirituality of evangelicals.
The Messi-ness of the WorldSubscriber Access Only
The universe is losing a bit of its enchantment for me. But then there’s Barcelona’s forward.
Why C.S. Lewis Was Wrong on Marriage (and J.R.R. Tolkien Was Right)Subscriber Access Only
Lewis surrendered his central conviction when he argued for "two distinct kinds of marriage."
John Danforth: I'm Not Absolutely Right, and You're Not Absolutely WrongSubscriber Access Only
The former senator and United Nations ambassador says religious people should be the leading voices for political compromise.
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Eugene Peterson ShrugsSubscriber Access Only
Why theological indifference is worse than progressivism.
The Beauty of Life in Small PlacesSubscriber Access Only
City-focused evangelicals have much to learn from Rod Dreher's memoir of small-town life.
A Pacifism for the Whole ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Whatever your stance on war, Ron Sider’s defense of nonviolence can open your imagination to new possibilities for promoting peace.
Location, Location, LocationSubscriber Access Only
Particular places shape the biblical story, and each Christian life.
Why Urban Christians Need Wendell Berry
What could the agrarian essayist who still uses a typewriter teach Christians in city centers? You'd be surprised.
Holy Ground: Why This Land Is God's LandSubscriber Access Only
Ignoring the ethics of food production and land use is not an option for Christians.
John Danforth: Yo no estoy absolutamente correcto, y tú no estás absolutamente equivocado
El ex senador y embajador a las Naciones Unidas dice que la gente religiosa debería ser las voces delanteras para efectuar concesiones políticas.
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Jeremy Lin vs. the CynicsSubscriber Access Only
When an athlete's life matches his professions of faith, even skeptical sportswriters and embittered young evangelicals take notice.
Did We Love 'God Made a Farmer' Too Much?Subscriber Access Only
Someday maybe we'll find the road between demeaning rural life and romanticizing the difficult reality of today's American farm.
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