Climate change will bring a laundry list of catastrophes to Africa. Across the continent, people are trying to adapt to the changing weather.
I support my church's requirement that retired clergy stay away. But nobody warned me how much I would miss all this—or if they did, I wasn't listening.
In discussions of Protestantism's winners and losers, what often gets lost is how much both liberals and conservatives have changed internally.
Benedict instructed that a novice's street clothes should be kept. Every morning for the rest of his life, the monk confronted two habits.
Amaranth is the first of Zachariah’s 50 wives, who live together with their children in a compound hidden in the mountains. When she married Zachariah, she was adrift and he was irresistible.
If we're to take a negative route to reach a positive outcome, we will need an experienced and thoughtful guide. Few are better equipped for this task than Douglas John Hall.
What we read matters. But what should we read? Matthew Hedstrom describes Protestant angst amid the information overload of the early 20th century.
I wanted to hate Preachers' Daughters without reserve. But the reality of this reality show proves more complicated than the scripts.