Death on April Fool’s Day | Reading Confessions of an Opium-Eater, by Thomas DeQuincy | 1.4.2023
Looking out onto the world | Reading Father and Son, by Edmund Gosse | 21.10.2022
Turning around | Reading The Philosophical Baby, by Alison Gopnik | 3.9.2022
A superior understanding of Canada | Reading Paul Wells on Stephen Harper | 26.8.2022
Predictably conventional | On the Canadian political spectrum | 18.8.2022
To end poverty | On Karl Marx, Jesus Christ, and politics | 15.9.2021
Isaiah’s vision | Reading the Book of Isaiah en français | 1.9.2021
Instances of ideology | On the pandemic politics GraceLife Church | 25.8.2021
What is this that you have done? | Genesis, anthropology, and ideology | 2.4.2021
The passion and the prose | E. M. Forster, Charles Taylor, and the politics of literature | 8.3.2021
That monstrous paradox | On Genesis, Kierkegaard, and history | 15.2.2021
A sudden disintegration | Reading The Evangelicals and Virgin Nation | 1.2.2021
Weary of particulars | On Hegel and the history of art | 14.1.2021
Emperor Trump? | President Trump and the ancient Rome analogy | 30.9.2020
Has God disappeared? | The scope of unbelief today | 24.9.2020
Life’s narrative wholeness | Reading The Republic of Love, by Joyce Carol Oates | 20.7.2020
Seeing First Reformed | Religion and the movies of Paul Schrader | 16.6.2020
This paradise of books | Wandering through the world of literature | 5.6.2020
Unaffected by history? | Reading Rowan Williams on history | 7.6.2020
The history that lies between | Reading Richard Hays on New Testament ethics | 28.4.2020
Bear witness | Reading Canada, by Richard Ford | 17.4.2020
Normative requirements | Reading Christianity: A Global History, by David Chidester | 2.4.2020
Seeing Never Look Away | Sanctifying bourgeois beauty | 30.3.2020
A grand interlocking network | Reading The Educated Imagination, by Northrop Frye | 24.7.2018
The search after truth |Hugo Grotius, religious apologetics, and the Enlightenment | 1.3.2018
Inventing the virtuous atheist | Plutarch, atheism, and the Enlightenment | 1.2.2018
Consensus politics in Canada | Reading Justin Trudeau’s campaign book | 10.10.2017
Seeing Fargo | Watching Season Two | 1.8.2017
Taking the Bible as it is | Or, why that’s not actually possible | 25.7.2017
Seeing the National Photographic Portrait Prize of Australia |17.7.2017
No religion | On the rise of the nones | 10.7.2017
A whip out of cords | On the politics of Jesus in the Gospel of John | 3.7.2017
Commit sociology | On Stephen Harper’s maladroit phrase | 19.6.2017
Disregard or despair? | Alasdair MacIntyre and C. S. Lewis on modern theology | 12.6.2017
Seeing “The Case for Christ” | Aspects of American evangelical ideology | 5.6.2017
Philip Yancey’s America | A predictably evangelical response to Trump | 13.10.2016
Smart Alec | My dad’s rejoinder to my childhood self | 16.8.2016
Neoliberal Jesus | Reading James Crossley on New Testament scholarship | 28.7.2016
Atheism’s origins | Reading Nick Spencer’s history of atheism | 13.3.2015
The evangelical imagination | Reading Molly Worthen on American evangelicalism | 21.10.2014
Augustine’s mantle | Reading Christian historians on their practice | 30.7.2014
Atheism’s modern history | Reading Gavin Hyman on the history of atheism | 10.10.2012
An engaged faith | Reading Miroslav Volf on public theology | 4.10.2012
Evangelical appropriation | Reading Jesus Christ and the Life of the Mind, by Mark Noll | 15.2.2012
Historicizing Christian nationalism | Reading John Fea: historian, Christian, American | 27.11.2011
Ears to hear | Reading Richard Kearny on anatheism: faith after critique | 10.10.2011
Immoral atheism | What Christianity Today (still) gets wrong about atheism | 3.3.2011
Arguing against atheism | Reading five books on the new atheists | 16.5.2010
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