When black theologians focused on nontraditional and extra-Christian sources, white theologians had an excuse to ignore them. Not anymore.
After 48 years as a minister of word and sacrament, I will retire at the end of January.
In 2009, U.S. talks with Iran broke down because the U.S. was seeking quick results. It's time to try again.
I am cherished, and called by the Shepherd to serve the flock. But I can save no one.
All zombie plots include great hordes of the stalking dead. But the genre is maturing.
In this splendid book Belden Lane has made a double contribution—to the reordering of our perspectives on creation and to our understanding of the Reformed tradition as a contributor to this reordering.
In Redeeming Mulatto, Brian Bantum addresses the American tendency to understand race relations in binary terms.
A. N. Wilson's literary biography aims to bridge the gap between the Commedia and nonspecialists who, allegedly abandoned by the professionals, are like sheep without a shepherd.
Documentarian Steve James has a journalist's nose for a great story. His beat is the challenges faced by low-income city kids, in this case young Chicagoans whose lives are blighted by the cycle of violence.
The Iron Lady, which stars Meryl Streep as Margaret Thatcher, is the worst biopic since Nixon. It's so cautious that it lacks a coherent point of view, and it's so scattered that it tells you almost exactly nothing.