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Faith

Peace in the Midst of Politics

It’s no secret that politics has been growing more contentious, and the events of this year have seriously exacerbated that trend. In the light of the coronavirus pandemic and the tragic murder of George Floyd, our public square is filled with suspicion, vitriol, and...

Desiring Community: A Lesson from Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Like many students who attended a Christian college or university, I read Life Together: The Classic Exploration of Christian Community by Dietrich Bonhoeffer for the first time during my freshman year of college. At the time, I was several weeks into a study away...

The Architecture of Civil Society

In recent years, scholars and policy-makers have shown a renewed interest in civil society. The call to revitalize and empower the mediating institutions that stand between the national government and the individual––from churches to charities to bowling leagues––has...

Sheep Among Wolves: A Vision for Christian Engagement in the Factious Political Sphere

Beth Butler is a rising junior at Baylor University where she studies great texts and philosophy through the University Scholars major. She was a participant in the 2020 Summer Honors Program course on “Visions of Christianity in Public Life: Retreat, Assimilation, or...