Clinton, Sanders miss the point on student debt
Colleges should cut the Love Boat competition and focus on education.
USA Today • February 2016
Persuasion and Public Theology
Unapologetic Canadianness keeps the conversation lively.
Christianity Today • January 2016
The State of Joy
What if we tried to assess the health of society, not merely in terms of GDP or a consumer confidence index, but in terms of joy?
Comment Magazine • October 2015
Christian Principles Hold Steady as the System Worsens
New York Times • June 2015
The Beauty of Work, the Injustice of Toil
Why John Ruskin should be a patron saint of the "faith and work" conversation.
Comment Magazine • March 2015
Has Anyone Seen Last Year’s Promising Freshmen?
Every fall, they arrive with open minds and eager to learn. Then comes the classroom indoctrination.
Wall Street Journal • August 2014
The Other, Derrida
Don't smooth out the folds.
Christianity Today • Books and Culture • January 2014
Whose Kuyper? Which Inheritance?
Perspectives Journal • January 2014
David Foster Wallace to the Rescue
The acclaimed novelist's postmodern conservatism
First Things • March 2013
What Galileo’s Telescope Can’t See
There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in contemporary understandings of science and faith.
Christianity Today • Books and Culture • September 2012
Sanctification for Ordinary Life
Reformed Worship • March 2012
Letter To A Young Parent
Liam might break your heart. Actually, Liam is going to break your heart. Somehow. Somewhere.
Comment Magazine • March 2011