Willimon’s novel about the church
"Fiction wasn't that big a leap for me," says Will Willimon. "We preachers are all 'artists' in the same sense that the gospel writers were."
Our fall books issue includes annotated lists of new titles in New Testament, practical theology and global Christianity/American religious history.
Extinction and the goodness of God
If God is both the author and lover of creation, why would God develop complex beings through a process that necessitates species extinction?
Turkey’s season of struggle
Turkey may be a model for the rest of the Middle East, but the country faces deep problems. And religion is not at these problems' core.
Conversational witness in Rome
Believers and nonbelievers alike are often reticent to talk about religion. Yet many people long for such conversations.
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