An online publication written by and for millennials exploring the intersection of faith and politics.
An Initiative of the center for public justice
Recent trends are showing that college may not be the right choice for everyone, and that our singular focus on four-year degrees may actually make it harder for many to climb the ladder of opportunity.
How can the church form disciples for lives of public faithfulness and a politics of solidarity and justice? Jonathan Chaplin responds to that question in this article with a rich theological exploration of the dynamic summons of biblical justice.
Incarceration has put a metal wall between over five million American children and their parents at some point in their childhood. Combating the negative effects stemming from parental incarceration may not have an easy answer, but when government and civil society partner, positive change can result.
Stephanie Summers, CEO of the Center for Public Justice, recently spoke with James K.A. Smith about his newest book Awaiting the King: Reforming Public Theology, the culminating book in his acclaimed Cultural Liturgies project.