Florence Li, much beloved

In 1944, an Anglican bishop consecrated a Chinese woman to the priesthood—30 years before women attained that rank in the Episcopal Church.

The pay gap at church

When it comes to equal pay for women, the church should do better than employers generally, not worse.

The black social gospel

A review of Gary Dorrien

In American history, some lives have mattered; others have not. That difference fundamentally has been a racial one.

Trumpism without racism?

The big arguments over what the state owes the people have been somewhat eclipsed. Now the focus is on who counts as people in the first place.