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Augustine Collective Retreat 2016 - Photo credit: Emily Lau

Nearly 150 students from 18 colleges attended to hear keynote speaker James K. A. Smith (Calvin College) discuss how their journals can curate conversations on their campuses. Continue reading »

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Updates, Articles, and Discussion

Review of How (Not) to be Secular by James K. A. Smith

How (Not) To Be Secular: Reading Charles Taylor is what the author himself, James K. A. Smith, calls “your hitchhiker’s guide to the present.” Continue reading »

Fare Forward

Fare Forward's second essay contest, in conjunction with the Augustine Collective, is now open. All entries must be received by December 31, 2016. Continue reading »

Jesus and the Problem of Myth

In particular, the idea of a righteous man/god who is sacrificed in order to atone for the transgressions of a nation is present in many cultures. Continue reading »

Veritas Forum Essay Contest 2016

The Veritas Forum is pleased to announce a new prize for the 2016 Augustine Collective article that best extends the theme of the Forum on your campus. Continue reading »

Interview with Andy Crouch: Culture Making

Every human culture is distorted— it makes possi­ble the things that should be impossible, and it makes impossible the things that should be pos­sible, such as knowing your neighbor. Continue reading »

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Several member journals of the Augustine Collective were mentioned in a January 16, 2016 New York Times op-ed on evangelical students on secular campuses. Continue reading »

The Problem of Evil

In addition to our own thoughts, we provide links to a wide variety of pieces on the problem of evil by professional philosophers. Continue reading »

Forgiving the Unforgiveable

Before his killing spree be­gan, he had spent an hour with them at their weekly Bible study, in the basement of Emman­uel AME church in Charleston, South Caro­lina. Continue reading »

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