We at CGC wanted to make you aware of an exciting new journal of Christian thought that has arisen out of the student and alumni community of Dartmouth College. Even in its first issue, Fare Forward, which takes its name from T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets, is off to a stellar start. Readers of periodicals like Books & Culture, First Things, and Image take note. Fare Forward offers thoughtful, robust interactions with the latest and most significant fiction, nonfiction, essays, and articles from a deeply Christian, ecumenical perspective.
The journal’s founders are aiming to reach their peers, a demographic sociologists have called “emerging adults”: young people who have graduated from college and face a period of transition and uncertainty as they enter post-educational settings. Fare Forward intends to be a space for emerging adults to engage with a thoughtful Christian worldview that integrates faith, reason, service, and vocation. As a critical review, Fare Forward showcases dialogue between its Christian worldview and other intellectual and cultural trends influencing our national discussions.