Too much mystery?

Leaving evangelicalism allowed me to embrace the mystery of faith. I wonder if I’ve taken it too far.

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Too much mystery?

Leaving evangelicalism allowed me to embrace the mystery of faith. I wonder if I’ve taken it too far.

An evangelical scholar reads scripture through Artemis

Sandra Glahn shows how the Greek goddess’s prestige influenced the portrayal of women in Ephesians and 1 Timothy.

Coffee justice in Mexico

Café Justo’s alternative to the fair trade model keeps the means of production—and most of the profit—in the local community.

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Episode 40: Religion scholar Eddie Glaude Jr., author of We Are the Leaders We Have Been Looking For

A conversation with Eddie Glaude about Ella Baker, Black leadership, Malcolm X, and more

Too much mystery?

Leaving evangelicalism allowed me to embrace the mystery of faith. I wonder if I’ve taken it too far.

An evangelical scholar reads scripture through Artemis

Sandra Glahn shows how the Greek goddess’s prestige influenced the portrayal of women in Ephesians and 1 Timothy.

Coffee justice in Mexico

Café Justo’s alternative to the fair trade model keeps the means of production—and most of the profit—in the local community.

Politics

Coffee justice in Mexico

Café Justo’s alternative to the fair trade model keeps the means of production—and most of the profit—in the local community.

How empires spread religion

A global map of Christianity is stalked by imperial ghosts.

A land dispute in the Old City

Armenian activists in Jerusalem are outraged over an agreement to lease communal land to a hotel developer.

Tear gas over the soccer field

“You’re welcome to take it back home with you,” my Palestinian friend said as I looked at the US-made canister in my hand. “Actually, take all of them.”