Today in our first feature article, Peter Leithart addresses his fellow evangelicals on Torah and social justice:
Until recently, few evangelicals had much to say about social justice. Leftish evangelicals like Ron Sider, Jim Wallis, and Tony Campolo, along with Evangelicals for Social Action and Sojourners, virtually cornered the market. Other evangelicals wrote on inequality, race, and poverty, but mostly in reaction.
And in our second feature, David Bentley Hart connects grammatical misdemeanors to much more serious crimes in a kind of linguistic broken-windows theory:
It is a truth universally acknowledged that it is only a short road that leads from grammatical laxity to cannibalism. At least, it should be universally acknowledged.
You can read Leithart’s piece here and Hart’s piece here .