Princeton Theological Seminary's farm grows food. But this isn't the main point.
The pastor urged the congregation to sign an antigay petition. Clare Byarugaba knew she wasn't the only gay person there.
We invest each seed and young plant with the exuberant yet completely rational hope of compounded returns.
At Cana, Jesus asks Mary, "What is this to me and to you?" It is very important that the church hear this question.
Does the use of drones meet just war criteria? That depends on how you define your terms.
As I drive past boarded-up churches, I am more convinced than ever that many congregations could afford to revisit their neighbor ethic.
Pope Francis’s response to the killing of a French priest puzzled some. But it pointed to the true nature of Christian witness.
Need a book to replenish your political and spiritual imagination this election season? I recommend Adrienne Rich's Collected Poems.
Over the past five years, migrants and refugees have flowed into Europe in unprecedented numbers. Some are converting to Christianity.
Preacher has enough violence to satisfy a small planet of adolescent boys. It also has church budget meetings.
What is Jesus thinking when he tells the parable of the dishonest steward?
James calls Abraham a “friend of God.” In this week’s reading from Exodus, Moses presumes upon a similar divine friendship to offer God advice.
The delight I felt while reading this book needs further interrogation, because its stories deal with troublesome subjects.
This collection offers a rich range of life-giving words from a beloved theologian-novelist-preacher-speaker-essayist and encourager.
Bacevich provides another case of the fraught dream of managing history that Reinhold Niebuhr critiqued.
Baylor transformed itself from a regional Baptist teaching institution into an internationally recognized Protestant research university—but not without scandal.
Nature reveals itself as ruptured, as already profaned. To rest into a landscape is to be drawn into an adulterated history.
Faith is formed in us by the Spirit and the life of the church. It renews our elemental confidence and creates our disposition toward the world.