You’re pretty well informed about what First Things writers are thinking. Those who subscribe to the print magazine hear from us ten times per year. Those who read us on the web can read a new article every weekday.
We write about contemporary matters, as well as matters of eternal significance. I hope you find what we publish useful, even inspiring.
This month, First Things has issued a readers’ survey so that we can learn what you are thinking. So tell us about yourself, and tell us your views about what we’re doing (or not doing) at First Things by filling out the survey.
The survey asks substantive questions that will take a little time, but not too much. I hope you will take the survey. We seek to nourish our readership with thoughtful and incisive material. Help us better understand our readership so that we can fulfill this mission more effectively.
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