For a majority of mainline Christians, the NRSV is the biblical translation of choice. But the KJV is the English-language Bible on which all others stand.
A visit with Argentinan Pentecostal pastors left me grateful that the Spirit can use a variety of traditions—some orderly and some wonderfully disorderly—for the growth of the kingdom.
Americans who don't have a narrative sense of the country's history are more susceptible to ideologues who try to weave their own versions of the past.
For many women, the hijab has become a symbol of striving for gender and racial justice.
When we look at Mormon expansion in Africa, one pressing question demands attention: Why is the whole continent not already Mormon?
I began my first call to ministry 15 years ago. I wish that tucked into the moving boxes had been this slim volume by Kathleen Cahalan.
David Tracy once distinguished three audiences for the theologian: the church, the general public and the academic community. Joseph Ratzinger has spoken powerfully to all three.
For years, rumors abounded that Terrence Malick was working on a screenplay version of the book of Genesis. Though Genesis: The Movie has not yet come to fruition, The Tree of Life comes close to being such a film.
Nostalgic country-gospel records inhabit a liminal space between personal-historical document and genuine religious statement. Daniel Martin Moore's latest follows this path but enlivens it a bit.