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Making the most of college (second annual)

This is our second annual issue of Comment with the theme "Making the most of college" (or university). Our September issue focuses on the cultivation of community: making and learning alongside the friends who will shape us. We hope you will also learn how to...

Summer reading

In this Comment, we ask you to read along with others, to consider the big questions others have asked, and to open yourself to reshaping and to life-sustaining coherence.

Things we love

Authors in this issue of Comment consider the things they love. And we hope that you will be drawn to consider the things you love, and that as you think about these things you will join us in asking the big questions about love and our selves. We also hope—and here I...

Building business

This issue of Comment contains advice to students who plan to make a life in the world of business&mdash. In addition to the valuable advice offered by our authors, I want to suggest that future business people read widely and think hard about the three questions...

Making the most of college (first annual)

This issue of Comment explores the possibilities and challenges of college life, with an emphasis on the big questions of life. Comment is committed to cultivating the next generation of cultural leaders. It is, indeed, in the college years that most people make the...

Reading the Bible

In this issue of Comment, we offer two series: Reading the Bible and Neocalvinism… yes, no, maybe? We hope that you, too, find at least a spark—if not a lightning bolt—and some insight—if not a revelation, and your place in the grand narrative...

Reading the Bible

In this issue of Comment, we offer two series: Reading the Bible and Neocalvinism… yes, no, maybe? We hope that you, too, find at least a spark—if not a lightning bolt—and some insight—if not a revelation, and your place in the grand narrative...

City & country

In this issue, Comment explores the meaning of the city: its social and architectural design, its politics, its provision of a space for the arts, and its relation to the church. We look forward to the conversations that this exploration will provoke, and hope that...

What is to be done?

What we are offering in this print issue of Comment are notes toward a Christian social manifesto. We are not pretending here to provide a comprehensive prescription for Christian cultural engagement. This is not a marxist-leninist tract, replete with misguided...

The best of Comment

Every few decades a magazine emerges that reinvigorates the North American public intellectual scene, and eventually reshapes the political and cultural landscape. This issue of Comment is special in the sense that the scope of issues addressed and the points of view...