Books

Books

No Ordinary Angel: Celestial Spirits and Christian Claims About Jesus

Theologians and biblical scholars don’t usually trespass into popular religion. That tends to be the territory of religion scholars.

Lessons before dying

Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire is a deceptively short yet theologically deep book.

Text messages

Though it has long since disappeared into the electronic traces of deleted e-mail, I still cringe to remember it: my breezy appeal for an exemption from Introduction to Homiletics.

Back to Darwin: A Richer Account of Evolution

In June 1858 Charles Darwin received a letter accompanied by a 15-page manuscript from Alfred Russell Wallace, a fellow naturalist, with the request that Darwin review the manuscript for possible publication.