Why Justice is Not Enough

From First Thoughts

I’m attending the Summons of Freedom conference this morning at Notre Dame’s Center for Ethics and Culture . Attending conferences such as this is always a tad bittersweet—too many helpful and interesting papers to attend with not nearly enough time. But Mary Keys’ paper had . . . . Continue Reading »

The Evangel Twitter Stream

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For those of you on Twitter, I have put together a Twitter list for your convenience of all the Evangel writers that I could find on the platform.Twitter is, of course, the social platform du jour.  If you haven’t joined yet, you might consider it.  The bar for entry is significantly . . . . Continue Reading »

The Summons of Freedom

From First Thoughts

Just a quick note that I will be attending the Summons of Freedom Conference this coming weekend. If there are any other First Thoughts readers attending, do make sure you let me know in the comments, as I’d love to meet you. The annual gathering, which is put on by excellent Center for . . . . Continue Reading »

Political Engagement and the Evangelical

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Jared has clarified his critique of evangelicals, which seems to be a sociological critique that, regardless of what we say at the end of the day, our orientation reveals that the political has in fact become an idol.I think it’s worth bringing up at this point Joe’s post from way back . . . . Continue Reading »