The Power of Imagination to Reshape Our Politics

Casper ter Kuile

is training to be a minister for non-religious people to build a world of joyful belonging. He’s the co-host of Harry Potter and the Sacred Text and the co-founder of Campaign Bootcamp, an activist training program. He’s a graduate of Harvard Divinity and Kennedy Schools and lives in Cambridge, MA with his husband Sean.

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November 1st, 2016

The battlefield of politics can leave us feeling voiceless. One organization is reimagining civic participation, and rediscovering the possibility of imagination in public life.

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July 9th, 2016

For many, the cycling class-phenom SoulCycle is more than a way to burn calories. It fosters the experiences we used to find only within the walls of a church: collective identity, safety, and spiritual catharsis.

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June 6th, 2016

As more millennials declare themselves “spiritual but not religious,” what does meaningful community look like in the 21st century? For legions of CrossFit enthusiasts, it’s a community of care and nurturing — and a place where you can also perfect your squat.

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January 31st, 2015

Trying to confront the recent horror stories in the news, a Dutch theology student contemplates the origins of evil and our reckoning with good through the lens of the Harry Potter films. Our temptations, he writes, are rooted in deep-seated ills — and our strengths, in love.