Author: Redeeming Babel

A Campfire Story: Building an Institution in Your Neighborhood

Almost 25 years ago, Harvard University political scientist Robert Putnam published his groundbreaking book, Bowling Alone, which documented the decline of American civic life since the mid-20th century. Today, Americans see their friends and family less, belong to fewer organizations, and are less likely to know their neighbors. It’s a startling trend that can be […]

Have you ever thought, ‘My candidate is the one who will finally make things right!’?

Every four years, Americans have grown used to hearing that it’s all on the line. The winner of the next presidential election will either usher in the fall of American democracy or restore and redeem our nation, and it’s all up to you to vote the right way! Of course, such hyperbolic rhetoric is better […]

Have you ever wondered: What Does the Bible Say About Politics?

The Bible was not written to address the proximate problems of political life; it speaks of another Kingdom. Yet, though we are citizens of Heaven, we still live on this Earth.

The Transformative Power of Music

From Luke Combs and Tracy Chapman to Johann Sebastian Bach, host Curtis Chang engages in a captivating conversation with Good Faith contributor Andy Crouch about the profound significance of music in our everyday existence. Through insightful anecdotes and reflections, they explore how to actively listen to music and let it transcend mere entertainment to become a powerful conduit for meaning, expression, and even spiritual meditation. Join them as they harmonize on the transformative role of music and its timeless resonance in the human experience.
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