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“We have neither the Western Christendom of the past nor the secular, religionless society that was predicted for the future. We have something else entirely.” — Tim Keller
“For no one who wholeheartedly shares in a given sensibility can analyze it. He can only, whatever his intention, exhibit it. To name a sensibility, to draw its contours and to recount its history, requires a deep sympathy modified by revulsion.” — Susan Sontag
Patrol is an independent daily magazine where young writers explore their interactions with art, culture, politics, and religion.
Patrol comes to life amid the conflicts between faith and science, religion and politics, the church and the arts, humanity and technology. Those are huge topics with vast implications—implications we think it’s important to engage with, publicly and without reservation, for the good of both our own and the good of the culture we’re a part of. That’s what we’re about. Patrol aims to be a “salon” for young writers to work out their ideas and chronicle their encounters with culture. And we hope all kinds of people drop in on the conversation.
- Patrick Sawyer on Burn Your Indecision to the Ground
- hater on Evangelicalism is Shrinking Itself to Death
- oaklandj on The Evil God of ‘Noah’
- jlpaternoster on What Really Happens When People Lose Their Religion?
- Rebecca Wimer on New Sincerity Sighting: Normcore Fashion
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