An Interview with Professor John Inazu
"Well, I think of pluralism in two ways: one is a descriptive fact about the world: we have deep and irresolvable differences between us, and so the question is, what do we do with them?"Washington University in St. Louis Kairos Staff | Washington University in St. Louis Kairos | Fall 2017
Politics: Where Do We Go From Here?
At its root, politics is not even really about addressing the latest national controversy or advancing a particular agenda, but about bringing us together as citizens to do what we can’t do on our own.Sam Elder | MIT et Spiritus | Fall 2016
Nonviolent Action and the Revolution of the Cross
In fact, in line with this trend of “questioning institutions”, MIT has recently announced a $250,000 award to further encourage “extraordinary civil, non-violent disobedience for the benefit of society.” But why is this all happening?Matthew Chun | MIT et Spiritus | Spring 2017
Death and Darwinism: A Patristic Approach
The Fall is the means by which Christian theology accounts for the disparity between the purported character of God and the tragic state of our world.Christopher Iacovetti | The Wheaton Pub | Fall 2015