Phil Christman explores the idea of the Midwest.
Identity markers are necessary, argues Kwame Anthony Appiah. They're also inadequate.
Jamie Smith thinks it might be the other way around.
Smith's collection of essays considers the self as an improvised response to language and the world.
We wish something would prove beyond doubt that Someone obliged us large-brained, bipedal primates with a breath of consciousness.
Of the rewriting Christ and Culture there shall be no end. Miroslav Volf is too sophisticated a theologian to rehash or imitate H. Richard Niebuhr's celebrated fivefold schema, but A Public Faith remains in the shadow of Niebuhr's defining work.