To Change the World has been hailed as “a seminal book on cultural formation and change, particularly insightful on how Christians (primarily evangelical) have understood and misunderstood culture change over the past 40 years or so” (Micheal Hickerson. Changing the World with James Davison Hunter. Emerging Scholars Network Blog, 8/2/2010).
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Our 10 Most-Read Posts of 2010
Technically, I’m on vacation this week, but — just for you — I’m taking a vacation from my vacation to write a quick blog post. Since I’m on vacation, though, I’m not going to spend that much time on this post. So, without further ado, here are our 10 most read posts of 2010: Where […]
How are you voting?
Today is Election Day in the United States. How are you voting? I don’t mean for which candidate or party are you voting, but how are you voting? Enthusiastically? Reluctantly? Cynically? During this election season, I have been reading (very slowly) through the book of Jeremiah — not because of an intentional connection to politics, […]
Week in Review: Passionate Classics Edition
What are you reading, watching, thinking about this week? As usual, here’s a few which have been on our mind. Let us know your thoughts on any/all of them. If you have items you’d like us to consider for the top five, add them in the comments or send them to Tom or Mike. 1. […]
Is Exile the Best Paradigm for Christians in the Academy?
I’ve been working through some thoughts left over from my reading of James Davison Hunter’s To Change the World: The Irony, Tragedy, and Possibility of Christianity in the Late Modern World. This is probably my last post on this book, unless, of course, I think of something else. In searching for a new paradigm for […]