Being Jewish goes beyond the synagogue.
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
Two new books invite us to learn from what others have loved about the civil rights icon.
Felipe Hinojosa profiles resistance movements from the late 1960s and early 1970s, when religion and politics were inextricably linked.
I want a sequel where they don’t have to hide their sexuality.
His definition of prayer is simple: conscious conversation with God.
The poet’s collection of essays is so vivid, we can smell, hear, taste, touch, and see her rapture.
Kerry Connelly and Layla F. Saad offer primers for White people in various stages of antiracism journeys.
Biblical scholar Tony Keddie shows how the conservative movement enlisted the Bible to help its cause.
Two new books on praying, caring, and acting for the earth
Andrew Root cautions pastors that doing more is not the answer.
But it has helped me to survive them.
Andrea Ciponte has found an ideal genre for telling the Scholl siblings’ story.
Raised on a farm, scientist Hope Jahren offers clear, concise, and credible explanations.
The play’s universal themes rest on a Christian eschatological vision.
The poetic vision of Deluge reconciles Muslim and Christian themes.