David McLachlan proposes a participatory atonement in which God engages creation’s contingency and vulnerability.
Lisa Wilson Davison showcases women who thrive despite—and perhaps because of—their childfree state.
Perhaps for the same reasons people are today.
Kurt Piehler reconstructs the lived religious experience of the World War II battlefield.
Paul Contino offers a hope-filled reading of The Brothers Karamazov.
Peter Leithart argues that the sacrament’s violence is surprisingly good news.
If his book were a trial, the verdict would be clear: guilty.
Stephen Young lets Paul’s letter speak for itself.
A tale of beauty, religion, and how easy it is to exploit them
Jacob Sorenson has written a wise, informative, and practical study of the benefits of Christian summer camps.