Peter Marty on evaluating pastors, Norman Wirzba on theology and the human creature, Shannon Craigo-Snell on why Jesus isn't a hero.
Sarah Hinlicky Wilson and Thomas Albert Howard on the upcoming Reformation anniversary, Marilynne Robinson on secularism, Frederick Niedner on marriage.
Readers write about reversal, Teri McDowell Ott on traps in preaching, Jeff Vogel on why we keep checking our phones.
Karl Giberson on cosmology and theology, Amy Frykholm interviews Guy Consolmagno, Tony Robinson on his sister's death.
Adam Copeland on crowdfunding, Karen Guth on the misuse of Bonhoeffer, Heidi Neumark on a pastor's HIV scare.
Richard Kauffman interviews Middle East expert Joshua Landis, Barbara Wagner Dueholm on her father's war experience, Dennis Sanders on Asperger's and pastoral visits.
Spring books. Reading for the dark night; Will Willimon on Karl Ove Knausgaard; reviews of Anne Tyler, Marie Gottschalk, Richard Hays, and others.
Peter Brown on treasure in heaven, Amy Frykholm on expeditionary learning, Paul Jeffrey on gangs in El Salvador.
Charles Camosy on abortion politics, Jesse James DeConto on musician Sloan Meek and his disability, Carol Howard Merritt on Sacramento's WordHouse.
Readers write about appetite, Lauren Winner on God's labor pain, Amy Frykholm on Central American women seeking asylum.
William Brosend on Fred Craddock in retirement, Carol Howard Merritt on the ELCA's Ruben Duran, Norman Wirzba on gardening and climate change.
Theological education issue. Sharon Miller and Christian Scharen on M.Div.'s in debt, Andrew Root on Bonhoeffer as youth minister, Amy Frykholm interviews Lea Schweitz.
Chris Hoke on reading a parable with prisoners, Amy Frykholm on her struggles with the creed, Matt Gaventa on depression and love.
Katherine Willis Pershey on fidelity, Jason Whitt on parenting a special-needs child, Amy Frykholm interviews Claire Hajaj.
Angie Mabry-Nauta and Adam Joyce on congregational death, Katherine Willis Pershey on physical pain, Kathryn Reklis on Serial.
Why we keep checking our phones
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