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Josh Good

Posts by Josh Good

Josh Good is director of EPPC’s Faith Angle Forum, which helps mainstream reporters to better understand religion. Through retreats and workshops, Faith Angle equips journalists strengthen their reporting and commentary on how religious believers, religious convictions, and religiously grounded moral arguments affect American culture and public life. Josh served from 2015-18 as program director of the Kern Family Foundation’s Faith, Work, and Economics Program and, from 2012-15, as manager of AEI’s Values & Capitalism Initiative, a special outreach program to Christian college faculty and student leaders. Josh spent four years consulting on responsible fatherhood and healthy marriage initiatives, in partnership with TANF welfare officials. He also worked on a national public-private venture that strengthened collaborations between congregations and businesses to serve ex-prisoners, in partnership with the US Department of Labor and two foundations. Josh holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Covenant College and a master’s degree in Christianity and Culture from Harvard University.

U.S. Disability Programs: Good Intentions, Bad Policy

One advantage that “people of the Book” have in assessing public policy is a scriptural endorsement of irony and paradox, built into the fabric of things. Truth is complex. We can see this, for example, in a pairing of two side-by-side proverbs: Do not answer a fool...

Seeing What We Want to See: Millennials Look at Government, Capitalism and Religion

The new Economic Values Survey, recently published by the Brookings Institution and the Public Religion Research Institute, has been lighting up the blogosphere this week—with many pundits singing just one tune. “The Rise of the Christian Left in America” is at hand,...

Prophetic Resignation: Ron Sider's Outgoing Plea for Intergenerational Justice

This week Ron Sider, founder and president of Evangelicals for Social Action, resigned from the America Association of Retired People (AARP). Tuesday afternoon he went public with his rationale on HuffPo’s religion blog. His post is worthwhile reading, for at...