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About Gregory Leffel

Gregory Leffel, Ph.D., is a missiologist working on collective action, social movements and theo-politics, and is director of One Horizon Institute in Lexington, Kentucky. He is author of Faith Seeking Action: Mission, Social Movements, and the Church in Motion; and is past president of the American Society of Missiology.  

Articles by Gregory Leffel

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Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

1968: The revolution that will not die

How conservatives won the counter-revolution after 1968—and how they might lose.

Will Cuba become a test case for a post-postmodern future?

Metamodern mindfulness offers a new way of thinking about the ideological conflicts of the past.

Is catastrophe the only cure for the weakness of radical politics?

If we want a future worthy of the name we need a different form of revolution.

The left’s problem isn’t politics—it’s metaphysics

How can liberals and progressives learn to feel differently about identity?

Is Christianity finished as a source of inspiration for progressive social change?

Whatever the emerging world becomes, it will need a new consciousness to guide it, especially if we want that world to be a good one. 

Morte e vida da teologia da libertação

Uma geração de teólogos radicais da América Latina está morrendo. O quê esse legado significa para o resto do mundo? Español English

Muerte y vida de la Teología de la Liberación

Una generación de teólogos radicales de América Latina está en vías de desaparición. ¿Cuál es su legado? English Português

The death and life of liberation theology

A generation of radical theologians from Latin America is passing away. What does their legacy mean for the rest of the world? Español Português

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