Because Christians should embrace the tension in faith and politics
Or, why it's easier to form our opinions quickly and loosely
It's simple: Pluralism means supporting the right to expression without endorsing the expression itself.
Reflecting on an enriching week with the Center for Christianity and Public Life
Recent essays on identity formation, negative epistemology, a divided Christianity, and "the beginnings of a manifesto"
A New York Times essay stirs memories of my relationship with the "Great American foods"
Checking in amid a busy semester of teaching, service, and scholarship
A selection from Uneasy Citizenship, plus some reading recommendations
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Uneasy Citizenship