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What is the Meaning Behind These Categories?

These categories are intended to orient you to the substance of the article and to communicate our framework for understanding the endowments that constitute civic life. This “human ecology” model is at the core of the Thriving Cities Project, a research initiative of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture.

The Good

On Toxic Masculinity (Part 1)

Recent years have seen an upswell of communities dedicated to asserting, promoting, defending, and recruiting for their own idealized concept of masculinity.

By Sam Speers | Vol. 109

The Good

Swallowing the Red Pill: a journey to the heart of modern misogyny

A look inside the angsty and often disturbing online community known as “Red Pill.” [Reader discretion advised]

By Stephen Marche | Vol. 109

The Good

Incel, the misogynist ideology that inspired the deadly Toronto attack, explained

Incels are “an online community of men united by their inability to convince women to have sex with them...a small radical fringe [of whom] believes that violence...is an appropriate response.”

By Zack Beauchamp | Vol. 109

The Good

The Lost Boys

There exists a troubling link between online communities incubating toxic conceptions of masculinity and those promoting racism and far-right extremism.

By Angela Nagle | Vol. 109

The Good

On Evangelicalism and Race

In recent decades, race wasn’t often a topic of public conversation among white American evangelicals. Things have changed—or, at least, are changing.

By Clay Cooke | Vol. 108

The Good

Black & White and Red All Over: Why Racial Justice Is a Gospel Issue

A Southern Baptist leader takes direct aim at a common objection to discussing race in the church: “Why don’t you stick to preaching the Gospel?”

By Russell Moore | Vol. 108

The Good

Political Dealing: The Crisis of Evangelicalism

Fuller Theological Seminary president Mark Labberton’s remarks at a gathering of evangelical leaders at Wheaton College in April 2018.

By Mark Labberton | Vol. 108

The Good

The Friend We Need but Do Not Want

A lived repentance will require evangelicals to “embrace the sufferings of love.”

By Gregory Thompson | Vol. 108

The Good

On Reality TV

While many decry the merging of news and entertainment, few pay attention to the downstream powerful effects of reality TV on our public life.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 107

The Sustainable

On Hacking Your Brain

This trend travels under many names—biohacking, smart drugs, cognitive enhancers—and represents the confluence of two currents we’ve been tracking.

By Sam Speers | Vol. 107

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