Until I read Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon, I would not have said that I was a connoisseur of the world of O.
Of the rewriting Christ and Culture there
shall be no end. Miroslav Volf is too sophisticated a theologian to
rehash or imitate H. Richard Niebuhr's celebrated fivefold schema, but A Public Faith remains in the shadow of Niebuhr's defining work.
Paul Harvey's introduction to the history of African-American Christianity emphasizes both the
fraught relationship between black and white Christians and the tensions
within black religious institutions and communities.
The Republican presidential candidates competing for the affections of
Florida voters have plenty of labels with which to tar each other:
Influence peddler. Failed politician. Cayman Islands account holder.