Jewish history tells me to be both compassionate and alert. When it comes to the Palestinian conflict, I don't know how to do both at once.
It's not just disaffection with particular state churches. People's religious orientation itself is gone.
The woman's presence in a crowd is an act of civil disobedience.
Is private management more efficient? Is it wrong to profit from punishment? Is the whole idea immoral in concept?
What counts as fundamentalism? David Harrington Watt and Sathianathan Clarke give contrasting answers.
Making work a prerequisite for benefits is costly, inefficient, and ineffective.
A church on my street fed food-insecure kids while schools were closed. The work of justice flowed outward from the table.
The bishop preached first and foremost to the royal couple themselves—about their marriage and the work and witness they have said they want to offer.
Cone was a profoundly biblical thinker. His Christology captured my imagination.