Category Archives: Blog & Reviews

Inklings: Spirit and Story in 20th Century England

The Table Talk series for Spring 2014 will focus on four great English literary figures of the 20th century: Chesterton, Tolkien, Sayers and Lewis. Though these authors were not all part of the famed “Inklings” in a direct sense, they … Continue reading

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Glory Man, the Underground Railroad and more

Judith Rood comments on memories of integration and segregation as she was growing up. This one of our blog-posts stimulated by our viewing of Glory Man at Lamb’s Players in Coronado, CA. Continue reading

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Some thoughts on long division

Clarence Jordan, whose life story is presented in the stage play The Glory Man, offered his own unique response to racism in America. Continue reading

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Economics and Theology

William Cavanaugh uses Christian resources to incisively address basic economic matters — the free market, consumer culture, globalization, and scarcity. Continue reading

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Disconnectedness (social)

Surprising new studies tell a grim truth about social isolation. Continue reading

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Cosmopolitanism

Dill, Jeffrey S. “Cosmopolitanism: A Bibliographic Essay.” The Hedgehog Review 11.3 (2009): 125-134. Academic OneFile. Web. 6 July 2010. Abstract: “There have been three key cosmopolitan “moments” over the last two millennia. The first was the birth of the concept … Continue reading

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More thoughts on a mission…

Conversion and Culture I came away from our visit to the mission amazed at the “conversion” of the native inhabitants, not just from the worship of their own god to Catholicism, but their conversion from hunter-gatherers to farmers, from nomadic … Continue reading

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Table Talk: The God Who Speaks – Part 2

Revelation and Communication The God who speaks and the implications for faith and learning This is the second part of the presentation by Tim Muehlhoff and Rick Langer on divine communication. It includes a discussion on the role of general … Continue reading

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Corporations

The Moral Life of the Corporation: A Bibliographic Review Hart, Jonas. “The moral life of the corporation: a bibliographic review.” The Hedgehog Review 11.2 (2009): 80-88. Academic OneFile. Web. 6 July 2010. Abstract: This bibliographic essay provides a careful and … Continue reading

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On a mission…

Every year our Coalition of the Willing groups take a variety of field trips to reflect on how the Christian faith intersects human culture. Here are some reflections on a recent trip to the San Juan Capistrano Mission. Continue reading

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