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The Bias provides regular digital content that establishes the voice and perspectives of the Christian Left. 

Queer Liberation

Working to dismantle homophobia and transphobia and build Christian communities fully committed to queer political movements.

Remoralizing Sex

Christine Emba’s recent book attempts to diagnose the malaise of contemporary sex culture. But her persistent avoidance of queer experience and theory, as well as an insufficient analysis of capitalism, thwarts her attempt at a new sexual ethic beyond consent.

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Gays Behaving Badly

A new book from the creators of the Bad Gays podcast explores the morally problematic lives of queer people from ancient to modern times. What unites these figures isn’t their “transgressiveness” but their persistent refusal of solidarity.

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Remoralizing Sex

Christine Emba’s recent book attempts to diagnose the malaise of contemporary sex culture. But her persistent avoidance of queer experience and theory, as well as an insufficient analysis of capitalism, thwarts her attempt at a new sexual ethic beyond consent.

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The Political Theology of Milton Friedman

Milton Friedman’s ideas continue to exercise a profound influence on our political and economic imagination. On the sixtieth anniversary of Capitalism and Freedom, Adam Kotsko explores the uncanny relationship between Friedman’s neoliberalism and Christian theology. 

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What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?

Frederick Douglass’ famous Independence Day address took a rhetorical scalpel to the lofty self-image and founding texts of America. With political and religious fervor, he drove home the contradiction between republican values and chattel slavery.

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The Only Way Out Is Through

In this exhausted political moment, a  reactionary antipolitics is ascendent — one that looks to “traditional” aesthetic and religious pursuits as an antidote to the spiritual dead-end of conventional “woke” liberalism and free-market conservatism. 

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Christian Right

Through analysis and critique of right-wing Christians, identifying how to equip and empower anti-fascist and liberatory forms of faith.

Inside the Postliberal Mind

Adrian Vermeule’s new book was not written to persuade hostile readers, but to provide ammunition for his allies. It gives us a peek under the hood of postliberalism—and the contents are both shoddy and dangerous.

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Gays Behaving Badly

A new book from the creators of the Bad Gays podcast explores the morally problematic lives of queer people from ancient to modern times. What unites these figures isn’t their “transgressiveness” but their persistent refusal of solidarity.

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How Aren’t We Going to Pay for That?

Ryan Cooper’s book is a surprisingly effective way to expose a conservative know-it-all or a liberal naïf to a sensible, progressive worldview—and it’s enjoyable to boot. Spending hawks beware, social democracy in America is possible.

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Inside the Postliberal Mind

Adrian Vermeule’s new book was not written to persuade hostile readers, but to provide ammunition for his allies. It gives us a peek under the hood of postliberalism—and the contents are both shoddy and dangerous.

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