Stanley Hauerwas teaches theological ethics at Duke University. He recently wrote Approaching the End: Eschatological Reflections on Church, Politics, and Life (Eerdmans).
Resident Aliens at 25
We gather that some of our readers still don't want to talk Christology with us. But it's because of Jesus that the church has trouble in the world.
On Jesus and the Church Today
In these short talks, Gerhard Lohfink revisits themes from Jesus and Community. His account of Jesus is determinatively eschatological.
Why an Ancient Biblical Vision Is Key to the World’s Future
David Gushee’s attempt to define and defend the concept of the sacredness of life is a welcome reminder of why it is so important that we not take for granted the protections that surround our lives and the lives of others.
Karl Marlantes's new book is not fiction, but it develops the idea of his novel Matterhorn: that war provides a
sense of transcendence that can be found nowhere else.
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