Yoder defined violence in terms of violating someone's dignity. This sounds ready made as a description of his own abusive behavior.
Extremists seem to be in charge everywhere. ISIS has taken over a huge geographic area and forced Christians to leave their homes or convert.
The people to whom John Howard Yoder was accountable struggled to discipline him—and failed to deal adequately with his victims' pain.
The debate about Scottish independence fits neatly into the categories the academic discipline of ethics likes to produce.
After Pathways settled in its new home, former St. Giles members started coming back to worship there. It took a little getting used to.
Bodies matter for Paul. And they matter for Christian discipleship. Paul foregrounds the human body as critical for the Christian response to God's mercy.
The apostle Paul reminds the church at Rome how to live in community inside and outside the church. This is not the exuberant rhetorical surplus we find in 1 Corinthians 13, but love is still Paul's guiding principle.
J. Denny Weaver is steadfast in his conviction that any conception of God found in the Bible must first be compared to the person of Christ himself.
Nathan Deuel shows us things few readers will have seen or guessed at. His stories take us places that are familiar yet unknown.
In these short talks, Gerhard Lohfink revisits themes from Jesus and Community. His account of Jesus is determinatively eschatological.
The focused uncertainty of The Leftovers is a parable for our own more diffuse reality. This could make it a deeply theological show.