Carolyn Helsel's guidebook is insightful, sensitive, and deeply practical.
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
William Abraham's theological affirmations of faith are shadowed by a persistent question: Why don't they work?
J. D. Daniels writes beautiful letters to no one. They aren't for everyone.
If old age is another country, three novelists are exploring not just the peaks and valleys but also the rough places in between.
As Chinese communism turned to violence, Zhao turned to Christ. Lian Xi tells her story in memorable fashion.
What brought down the Roman Empire? Kyle Harper says it was plague and cold climate.
Is private management more efficient? Is it wrong to profit from punishment? Is the whole idea immoral in concept?
What counts as fundamentalism? David Harrington Watt and Sathianathan Clarke give contrasting answers.
Telling the story of his wife's tragic illness, Douglas Groothuis combines lament with grace-filled love.
Maybe Fire Sermon is more fundamentally a parable about religion.