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Vincent Bacote

Discipleship & Public Life with Vincent Bacote

Dr. Vincent Bacote Associate Professor of Theology and Director of the Center for Applied Christian Ethics at Wheaton College (IL). He is the author of The Political Disciple: A Theology of Public Life. He lives in Glen Ellyn, IL with his wife and two daughters. KW: Why do you think Christians in America feel they need permission …

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Morality Belongs in the Justice Conversation

Why Morality Belongs in the Justice Conversation

Why Morality Belongs in our Justice Conversation “The temptation of this age is to look good without being good.”[1] Brennan Manning Justice requires more than wanting to change the world, but being willing to change ourselves along with it. The word “morality” seems to have fallen on hard times these days. It is often taken …

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Graduate Education in America

The State of Graduate Education in America

Part 1 in an ongoing series We need to take a fresh look at the purpose of graduate education. Why do more than three million people in the United States pursue a post-baccalaureate degree each year? Actually, let’s start with why those three million people shouldn’t be pursuing graduate studies. You shouldn’t pursue an education …

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San Diego Aerial

Why Neighborhood Matters: Christian Conferences, Consumption & Everyday Life

Guest Post by Jon Huckins As I sat on my porch overlooking the streets of my urban neighborhood and the sparkling lights of downtown San Diego, I thought to myself, “There is no place I’d rather be. THIS is where life happens and where peace is made real.” Just 30 minutes before, I had gotten off a …

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C. Christopher Smith

C. Christopher Smith on the Slow Church Movement

C. Christopher Smith is a member of the Englewood Christian Church community on the urban Near Eastside of Indianapolis. He is the founding editor of The Englewood Review of Books and co-author of Slow Church: Cultivating Community in the Patient Way of Jesus. He is currently finalizing a book with the tentative title Reading for the Common Good. KW: What …

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An Unfinished Cookie and A Broken Heart: On Raising Leaders

Photo Credit: Yann Gar, Creative Commons Guest Post by Jer Swigart I had just gotten off a call with the White House and several Universities in which they briefed us on the failure of the most recent peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine.  The conversation quickly evolved to the violent outcomes that occur when leaders wield power …

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