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    Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig

    Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig studied Christian ethics at the University of Cambridge and is currently pursuing a doctorate in religion from Brown University. She is a staff writer at The Atlantic and writes on religion, ethics, culture, and philosophy for other publications including The New Republic, The Boston Review, Dissent Magazine, America Magazine, First Things Magazine, The American Conservative, Plough Quarterly, Political Theology Today, Spotlight on Poverty, The Nation, and Salon. Twitter: @ebruenig 

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