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JRL Spring 2022, Vol. 21, No. 1

As is customary, the Spring issue is non-thematic. I enjoy the way articles find their way to the JRL and serendipitously ‘come together’ to form a unique, multifaceted conversation. This issue is particularly compelling not only because of the range of subjects it covers, but also because it has generated a lively conversation within the JRL board itself. In fact, as a result of one article in particular by Jason Miller and Dale Lemke, the JRL is convening a panel discussion at the 2022 ARL conference on the nature and practice of ethical research. It is one example of . . .

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JRL Spring 2022, Vol. 21, No. 12022-04-21T17:47:32-05:00

Journal of Religious Leadership, Autumn 2021

What “good” do we hold in common? What do we mean by “good”? Seeking a constructive approach to the common good for congregations and religious leaders, this essay argues for the inherent good of a common life, such that attentiveness to a particular place and the practice of neighborliness cultivates common ground, helping communities to hold particular goods in common . . .

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Journal of Religious Leadership, Autumn 20212021-10-21T17:00:16-05:00
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