They’re my students and colleagues. I want to talk with them, not about them.
In Torah, the stranger appears as a guest to be welcomed, not a problem to be solved.
Why do we forgive him so much more easily than migrants today?
God called all of them good. Humans are rapidly destroying them.
Our era’s poet theologian begins by retranslating Paul: “the remaining time is contracted” (1 Cor. 7:29).
We need to stop playing to win, says Bill McKibben, and start playing to keep the game going.
Can we cross them? Is it worth it?
A little-known O’Connor story explores the human cost of self-deception.
The story of James Thompson and David Simpson is one of many that cry out for an acknowledgment of wrongs done.
Cottom interrogates her own story loudly enough for others to hear themselves in it.