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This Week’s Capital Commentary
James W. Skillen
In his book A Covenant to Keep: Meditations on the Biblical Theme of Justice, CPJ founder and former president James Skillen offers three reflections on Christmas. He focuses our attention on this event as the celebration of the Messiah who came at a specific point in time, but is also at work both now and into the future. In these brief, insightful essays, Skillen urges us to open our hearts to the living God and to work towards the fulfillment of justice in God’s kingdom.
Capital Commentary Archive
|12-19-2016||Christmas – Interlude or Main Event?||James W. Skillen||Christmas|
|12-12-2016||Entitlement||James W. Skillen||entitlements|
|12-05-2016||CPJ's 2016 Christmas Books||Byron Borger||book reviews|
|11-21-2016||Disciples After the Election||Vincent E. Bacote||political discipleship|
|11-14-2016||After the Elections: A Vision for Re-Constructive Politics||Timothy Sherratt||political discipleship|
|11-07-2016||Just Trade Policy in a Changing World Economy||Rodney D. Ludema||trade policy|
|10-31-2016||Still in Demand: Why the World Needs America||Robert J. Joustra||international relations|
|10-24-2016||Criminal Justice Policy: Voting “Down” in 2016||Harold Dean Trulear||voting|
|10-17-2016||Why Loving Our Neighbors Includes Voting Down Ballot||Kevin R. den Dulk||voting|
|10-10-2016||Why Vote? Towards Civic Faithfulness||Jesse Covington||voting|