The social psychologist went on a revolutionary pilgrimage in search of the sacred Black feminine.
Amy Kenny’s call for disability justice leads with righteous anger but offers grace.
38 scholars weigh in on Reinhold Niebuhr’s life and times, his allies and adversaries, his theology and ethics
Helen Jin Kim exhumes the Korean roots of three major evangelical organizations, all present at a 1973 Billy Graham rally in Seoul.
The prolific biblical scholar offers an engaging account of his career—and of the spiritual journey that helped shape it.
Debra Rienstra urges Christians to create spaces of transition and new growth wherever we are.
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The Indigenous writer’s new memoir understands memory as counsel and ritual as the potency of love.
Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza wants us to reform our collective subconscious.
Sociologist Jessie Daniels reckons with the dangerous implications of the person she was raised to be.