On being ‘hospitably Reformed’
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On being ‘hospitably Reformed’

My October 10 column (“How can Christian universities flourish?”) generated letters of response from two emeritus presidents of Reformed colleges. One of the ideas debated was the phrase “hospitably Reformed.” This is a powerful phrase but it seems to mean different things to different people. What does it mean to be “hospitably Reformed”?

Toward an Islamic Reformation
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Toward an Islamic Reformation

In her latest book, Ayaan Hirsi Ali offers solutions to some of the problems facing the Islamic world today. Her intended audience is Western liberals and the Islamic umma (community). She proposes five core concepts in Islam that are fundamentally incompatible with modernity and therefore are in need of reform.