More than 60 million of the world’s Christians are members of churches that have been around since Chalcedon—and rejected it.
To Mary Clark Moschella, joy is a countercultural phenomenon.
The senator’s reasonable concern—that Muslims and people of all religions be treated equally—led to an unreasonable demand.
Lots of theologians want to challenge economic injustice. Not many draw their arguments from Anselm and Aquinas.
Or, to paraphrase Thesis 17: Purgatory now!
God works in mysterious ways, not sadistic ones.
Patrick B. Reyes reflects on the soils that have sustained him—and those that have poisoned him.
Two Israelis, a lawyer and a rabbi, on the complicated relationship between religion and national identity
The headlines spoke of nationalism and war. Barth proclaimed a living God who calls for repentance.