“What does it mean,” asks Willie Francois, “to cultivate leaders who are building power inside prison?”
Bringing Zwingli out from the shadows of Luther and Calvin
Bruce Gordon masterfully weaves together the world that shaped the least-remembered Reformer and the ways he shaped that world.
David Bentley Hart’s apocalyptic view of tradition
Hart believes that John Henry Newman and those quick to invoke him rely too much on a gaze backward into the past.
Creation and new creation
A collection of essays invites artists and theologians into conversation.
Both his strengths and his failings are distinctly Catholic.
Everything I learn about science fills me with spiritual wonder.
To build the Beloved Community, we need to think and talk and act differently about bodies.
How missionary work can create the conditions for child abuse to thrive unchecked
River baptisms are becoming a casualty of polluted waters.
They’re selling marriage as a promise and a return on investment. It’s both misguided and genuinely appealing.