Articles

2017

Art for Lent

Image Journal

Pluralism, Difference and the Dynamics of Trust
Comment Magazine
3/1/2017

Lent Is Here to Throw Us Off Again
Christianity Today
3/1/2017

Is It Time for Evangelicals to Strategically Withdraw from Culture?
Christianity Today
2/27/2017

When God’s Mercy Sounds Like Bad News
Christianity Today
2/17/2017

2016

A Story Called Rest
Comment Magazine
12/1/2016

2012

Pursuing Holistic Discipleship on Campus
Comment Magazine
8/27/2012

Christology, Christian Learning, and Christian Formation
Books & Culture
8/27/2012

Without Gods: Alain de Botton’s ‘Religion for Atheists’
NY Times
3/16/2012

My Take: Don’t blame college for young people leaving Christianity
CNN Belief Blog
2/28/2012

An Evangelical Renaissance in Academe?
Inside Higher Ed
2/24/2012

Reclaiming a Sense of the Sacred
The Chronicle of Higher Education
2/12/2012

Instructed in the endless brilliance of creation
A response to “Reclaiming a Sense of the Sacred”
Culture Making
2/12/2012

2011

The Marginalization of Evangelical Scholarship (Among Evangelicals)
Comment Magazine
12/14/2011

Christian Study Centers help Students see the Richness of Faith
By Faith Magazine
12/01/2011

What the Cultural Mandate is Not
First Things
11/30/2011

2010

“Withoutside”: Transgressing in Love
Makoto Fujimura
12/9/2010

Writing on the Wall
Comment Magazine
8/6/2010

Show Me the World
Comment Magazine
7/30/2010

The Case for Dynamic Music History
Comment Magazine
7/23/2010

Art as an Ascetic Practice
Comment Magazine
7/9/2010

A New Future for Music History
Comment Magazine
7/2/2010

The Mission of Art
Christianity Today
5/18/2010

Manger, Magi, and the Mystery of Majesty
Makoto Fujimura
5/13/2010

Art for God’s Sake
Christianity Today
3/24/2010

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