Why Can’t We Get Along?Winter 2019Volume 5, Issue 2
Civility is a buzz word these days as an exhausted electorate wearily stumbles toward another national election. And Christians—those who are charged with both declaring the truth and cultivating kindness—are, sadly, among the worst when it comes to civil discourse. This issue will explore why that is.
We feature important new research about evangelicals and civility as well as essays from leading evangelical voices such as Andrew T. Walker, Trillia Newbell, and Russell Moore. We also feature the example of Prison Fellowship and civility in action across party lines and an interview with Josh Deckard and Michael Wear about their experiences in the White House.