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Book Reviews

Our Book Reviews are written by a variety of authors concerning works both on and off our Recommended Reading List. Guaranteed to embiggen your soul.

July 16, 2013- C.S. Lewis's The Great Divorce (by Nick Barden)
July 9, 2013- Aristotle's Politics (by Ethan Foster)
July 2, 2013- Russell Kirk's The Roots of American Order (by Nick Barden)
June 18, 2012- N.D. Wilson's Notes from a Tilt-A-Whirl (by Nick Barden)

The Ivory Cubicle

The Ivory Cubicle is a weekly Thursday column by philosophy junkie, 8-year Generation Joshua member and part-time employee Nick Barden on assorted matters concerning philosophy, theology, literature and political theory. 


May 22, 2014- Rational Ignorance
May 15, 2014- The Trouble with Government
May 8, 2014- The Sacred Ordinary
April 24, 2014- Poetic Truth
April 10, 2014- The God Hypothesis
April 3, 2014- Assorted Reflections on NoahGod's Not Dead, and Sharknado 2
March 20, 2014- Education: What is it Good For?
March 13, 2014- How to Tell a Libertarian from a Conservative (When There's No Cannabis Involved)
March 6, 2014- Plato Meets Putin
February 27, 2014- To Bake a Cake
February 13, 2014- #SochiProblems? That's a #FirstWorldProblem
February 6, 2014- Techno-Worship
January 30, 2014- A Right to Life?
January 23, 2014- Life Redeemed
January 16, 2014- Born to Trouble
January 9, 2014- The Solution of Christian Charity (guest column)
January 2, 2014- The Problem of Coerced Charity
December 19, 2013- The Problem of Government Charity
December 12, 2013- The Problem of Christian Charity
December 5, 2013- Pied Beauty
November 28, 2013- Gratitude
November 21, 2013- Bigger on the Inside (guest column)
November 14, 2013- The Beautiful and the Depraved
November 7, 2013- Well, We Lost
October 31, 2013- The End Is (Not) Near
October 24, 2013- Culture Warfare
October 17, 2013- Faithful God
October 10, 2013- Death, Thou Shalt Die (guest column)
October 3, 2013- The Myth of the Government Shutdown
September 26, 2013- Death Be Not Proud
September 19, 2013- Memento Mori
September 12, 2013- Magical Happenings (Part 2)
September 5, 2013- Magical Happenings
August 29, 2013- American Faithlessness
August 22, 2013- Marriage and the "Duh" Factor
August 15, 2013- Bodies Without Souls
August 8, 2013- Marriage vs. Piers Morgan (or, CNN: Existential Wasteland)
August 1, 2013- It's a Boy (No, Really)
July 25, 2013- Information Overload (Part 2)
July 18, 2013- Information Overload (Part 1)
July 11, 2013- Everyone Has a Religion (Part 2) (guest column)
June 27, 2013- In Defense of the Prop 8 Ruling
June 20, 2013- Camp Update and C.S. Lewis on Reading
June 13, 2013- What if Christianity Actually is a Religion?
June 6, 2013- Everyone Has A Religion (guest column)
May 30, 2013- Everyday Heretics
May 23, 2013- Rob Bell and the Riddle of Evangelicalism
May 16, 2013- Mark Driscoll, Stuff Burning, and the Environment
May 9, 2013- The Question of Force-Feeding at Guantanamo Bay
April 25, 2013- The Question of Justice at Guantanamo Bay
April 18, 2013- Responding to Boston
April 11, 2013- Faith Seeking Understanding
April 4, 2013- Resurrection by Fire
March 28, 2013- The Suffering God
March 21, 2013- Roots, Radicality and Setting Things on Fire
March 14, 2013- Thinking Conservatively in Bite-Sized Reality
March 7, 2013- Stick Shifts and Practical Politics
February 28, 2013- Taking the "Sub" out of "Subculture"
February 21, 2013- The Falconer's Call
February 14, 2013- The Centre Cannot Hold
February 7, 2013- Things Fall Apart
January 31, 2013- The Widening Gyre
January 24, 2013- Sophocles, Abortion and Human Dignity
January 17, 2013- This Is Your Brain On Shakespeare
January 10, 2013- Reading the Classics
January 3, 2013- What's In A Book?
December 27, 2012- Already, But Not Yet
December 20, 2012- Joy to the World
December 13, 2012- An Unexpected Journey
December 6, 2012- I See Your Point
November 29, 2012- How to Have an Argument
November 22, 2012- Thanking God for Our Nation
November 15, 2012- A Guide For Christian Political Discourse
November 8, 2012- On God, Elections, Hope and Defeat
October 31, 2012- Election Week Poetry Break
October 25, 2012- Ordered Freedom (Freedom Part 3)
October 18, 2012- Constructed Freedom (Freedom Part 2) 
October 11, 2012- Limitless Freedom (Freedom Part 1)
October 4, 2012- Things That Are Not Things
September 27, 2012- Cheap Grace vs. Costly Grace
September 20, 2012- Patriotism, Gardening and Assorted British Conservatives (guest column)
September 13, 2012- Beauty, Ethics and Politics
September 6, 2012- Becoming Real
August 30, 2012- To The Moon!
August 23, 2012- Dumping Spices
August 16, 2012- Why I'm Not A Libertarian (Part 3)
August 9, 2012- Why I'm Not A Libertarian (Part 2)
August 2, 2012- Why I'm Not A Libertarian (Part 1)
July 26, 2012- The Other-Centered Life
July 19, 2012- Virtue and Les Misérables
July 12, 2012- The Morality of Neckties
July 5, 2012- The Ethics of Jack Bauer
June 29, 2012- The Problem of Evil (Part 2)
June 21, 2012- The Problem of Evil (Part 1)

Heroes

Heroes was a series of articles by Generation Joshua staff, leadership corps and invited guests about their heroes. The series was run from September to October 2012.

October 12th, 2012- Athanasius by Darren Jones
October 2nd, 2012- A Hero Can Be Anyone by Will Estrada
September 28th, 2012- Mother Teresa by Grace Tate
September 25th, 2012- Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Nick Barden
September 21st, 2012- My Hero Chose Life by Sarah Byrum
September 18th, 2012- C.S. Lewis by Cordell Asbenson
September 14th, 2012- Christopher Stevens by Lucas Mason
September 11th, 2012- Heroes by the Generation Joshua Staff


A Look at the Leadership Corps

A Look at the Leadership Corps was a 5 part series by Grace Tate on her experiences as a member of Generation Joshua's Leadership Corps.

September 26, 2012- People Like You Need Ministry Too
September 24, 2012- 3 Reasons to Build Relationships
September 19, 2012- The Gift of Service
September 17, 2012- The Need for Leaders
September 10, 2012- A Look at the Leadership Corps

GenJ Through an Intern's Eyes

GenJ Through an Intern's Eyes was a weekly Tuesday column by our lovable summer intern Andrew Ferguson describing the intricacies and oddities of work at the GenJ offices.

July 24th, 2012- Who's the King?
July 17th, 2012- The Two Powers
July 10th, 2012- The Fellowship of the Cubes
June 26th, 2012- GenJ Through an Intern's Eyes

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