Being with God
A review of Samuel Wells
What humankind needs is a love that sticks around, a love that stays put, a love that hangs on. That’s what the cross is.
W. E. B. Du Bois and 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.
Living Your Last Chapter with Love
Meditations on Losing Someone You Love
A review of Marilyn Chandler McEntyre
Whether we're dying or living with grief, there are faithful ways to do so. Marilyn Chandler McEntyre points us in the right direction.
The Life-Changing Wisdom of History’s Greatest Poem
A review of books by Rod Dreher and Alberto Manguel
Dante speaks to the uncertainties of every generation, to those who have awakened lost in an impenetrable darkness.
A review of Peter Harrison
Are science and religion enemies or friends? Neither, says Peter Harrison—but they're both forms of virtue.
A review of David Brooks
Cultivating character is the lifelong work of evaluating and choosing between various virtues. It's difficult, and it’s our calling.
Party Activists, Party Capture, and the “God Gap”
A review of Ryan L. Claassen
Religious polarization among activists and voters exists, in ever-increasing quantity. The question is, why?
A New Theory
A review of David Novak
How does theology shape Jewish democracy, in light of the many competing claims and complex relationships in the land of Israel?
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