The idea that students will reside on a campus and attend classes at specified times seems increasingly quaint.
It’s time for bold, creative experiments in preparing women and men for the unique challenges of 21st-century ministry.
Why does antiscience sentiment gain such traction in America? Conservatives deserve some blame, but so does the scientific community.
The journals of Merton, Woolf and others encouraged me to see my birthday as a new beginning—and to live my 50th year as a year of jubilee.
When Chinese leaders lifted the persecution of religion, what was in it for them? Actually, they stood to benefit in many ways.
I don't like family sitcoms, so I long avoided Modern Family. But the show catches the way family can be both loathsome and life-giving.
How did evangelicals develop their belief in an invisible God? T. M. Luhrmann argues that they created a space in their imagination.