Dan Stringer

navigating the convergence of faith, culture and the common good

Archive for June, 2012

June 30, 2012

Loon’s linkage (June ’11)

Sandra McCracken on crafting music with children in mind Stephen Monsma on two half-answers to poverty Laurie Chandlar on pursuing the creative office Neil Jasperse on American exceptionalism—in God’s eyes Jamison Galt on how the history of the world is enacted in the process of bread-making Amy Black on a recent study documenting the rise in party polarization Mimi Haddad on the...

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June 19, 2012

Growing up evangelical: A sacred-secular chronology

Raise your hand if you grew up evangelical. Does anyone remember those CCM store displays attempting to lure customers with comparisons like, “If you like Sting, you might like Steven Curtis Chapman” or “If you like Jewel, you might like Rebecca St. James”? Among the peculiar realities of growing up evangelical was navigating the strange...

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