Martyrdom as Christian vocation
Are the rest of us so different from our brothers and sisters in Libya or in Charleston? Are they heroes with whom we can never identify?
Healing the Moral Wounds of Our Soldiers
Nancy Sherman's message is clear: society must understand the totality of human experiences of war, including their moral dimensions.
Wrestling with Incurable Cancer and Life in Christ
Todd Billings weaves his struggle with a rare form of blood cancer together with probing biblical and theological reflection.
A Constructive Account of Theology and the Church
Robert Saler’s two main concerns are theological authorship and how we conceive of the church. The two have an unsettled relationship.
Our Protestant agrarian past
Christians didn’t baptize Aldo Leopold’s land ethic after the fact. They got there years before his work.