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.
A long walk back to the garden: Woodstock turns 50
Whatever happened to that blissful dawn? I want it back.
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...