October 23, 2020 in Blog

The Passing of the Age of the Novel

For three centuries, the novel was the literary genre that expressed and shaped the modern condition more than any other literary form. A long prose narrative that focused on the…
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October 21, 2020 in Blog

Carrying Community as Educators

Two comments about courses of study separated by more than 80 years have me thinking again about the relational fabric of my classes in the time of COVID. One of…
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October 19, 2020 in Blog

Blessing for Insult in Today’s Argument Culture, Seriously?

At a time when it seems we can’t agree on anything, 98% of Americans state that incivility is a serious problem; while 68% agree it’s reached crisis levels.  From cyberbullying,…
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October 16, 2020 in Blog

Guest Post – Title IX: Why Should Christians Care?

Generally, prior to a decade ago, when people heard “Title IX,” they thought of women’s sports. Now, we’ve equated Title IX with sexual violence. However, the topic of Title IX…
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October 14, 2020 in Blog

Stewardship as an Environmental and Economic Ethic

One of the most powerful metaphors in Christian social thought is the idea of stewardship. It comes right out of Genesis, with the idea that God gives humans a job…
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October 12, 2020 in Blog

On Museums and Monsters: Defining Art

What is art? I have my students answer this question every autumn, and every autumn I get a host of new answers. That’s because “art” is, and always has been,…
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