Spring books. The Bible and books that illuminate it; why one book editor destroys books; reviews of Mayra Rivera, Mary Rakow, Matthew Desmond, and others.
Readers write on "road"; James Nieman on congregations' local wisdom; Matthew Levering on metaphysical proofs.
Theo A. Boer and Joseph J. Kotva Jr. on physician-assisted dying, Janet Soskice on the God of creative address, Sara Maitland on silence in the Sinai desert.
MaryAnn McKibben Dana on KonMari, Ian Curran on evolutionary convergence, Frederick Niedner on prayers about cancer.
Black Lives Matter symposium, William Cavanaugh on the church as field hospital, Melissa Florer-Bixler on children at funerals.
Amy Frykholm on a store that sells fresh meals cheap, Alison Collis Greene on Depression myths, Norman Wirzba on love that heals.
Theological education issue. Roger Owens on a teaching colleague's death, Molly Marshall on sustainable seminary, Will Willimon on leaders who are a pain.
Readers write on the subject "lies"; Rebecca Messman on a funeral for a gang victim; James Bradley on God, science, and randomness.
Lee Hull Moses on an ID card for immigrants, Jesse James DeConto on a Latino church's young musicians, Debbie Blue on the farce of Esther.
Jason Byassee on the church in Vancouver, Teri Ott on ministry among the Nones, Miroslav Volf on God the giver.
Carter Lester and Kerry Pidcock-Lester on being married copastors, Mordechai Beck on East Jerusalem, Nicole Chilivis on difficult church relationships.
Christmas picks by Brian McLaren, Sara Miles, Chris Wiman, and others; Paul Jeffrey on Syrian refugees; Ulrich Rosenhagen on the Abrahamic faiths and their Abrahams.
Otis Moss III on preaching the blues, Ragan Sutterfield on Advent and climate change, Amy Frykholm interviews Islam scholar Jonathan Brown.
Charles Hefling on universal salvation, Kate Foster Connors on Bible camp in the street, Ben Dueholm on the Bernie Sanders campaign.
Readers write on the topic "song," Clare Amos on Nostra Aetate, Mark Heim on Michel Houellebecq.