- All the Lonely People: The hard question facing 21st-century America is whether this retreat from community can reverse itself, or whether an aging society dealing with structural unemployment and declining birth and marriage rates is simply destined to leave more people disconnected, anxious and alone.
- Poverty and Growth: Retro-Urbanists Cling to the Myth of Suburban Decline: To be sure, poverty in suburbs, or anywhere else, must be addressed. But not long ago, suburbs were widely criticized for being homogeneous; now they are mocked for having many of the problems associated with being “inclusive.”
- How Religions Change Their Minds: Once upon a time, animal sacrifice was an important part of Hindu life, Catholic priests weren’t celibate and visual depictions of the Prophet Muhammad were part of Islamic art. And soon some churches in the UK may be marrying gay couples. How do religions manage to change their mind?
- What Is Flourishing? This idea of flourishing should be important to Christians today. But what is flourishing? Is it biblical? And how do we get it?
- The media from the recent Gospel Coalition conference is now available online.
- Here’s a great chart of All the Learning Theories Teachers Need to Know About