SUMMER LETTER: Given the metaphysical assumptions of modern culture, no wonder the Gospel is not welcomed as good news, but rebuffed as a kind of violation.Read More
Guests on Volume 150: David I. Smith on how Christian schools can make wise decisions about the use of educational technologies; Eric O. Jacobsen on how living in a world mediated by screens encourages loneliness; Matthew Crawford on how the “promise” of self-driving cars threatens the capacities of agency enabled by driving; Andrew Davison on how the metaphysical concept of participation helps us understand God’s relationship with Creation (and with us); Joseph E. Davis on the medicalization of suffering and the reductionism promoted by neuroscience; and Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung on the wisdom of the tradition of understanding faithfulness and morality in the framework of virtues, vices, and spiritual disciplines.
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