I wish I’d had Mark Charles and Soong-Chan Rah’s book when I was in college.
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
How can the church become less of a citadel and more of a field hospital?
Theodore Hiebert’s deft reading elicits a fresh awareness of the legitimacy of the other in Genesis.
Melissa Rogers considers what a healthy role for religion in American public life might look like.
Reformulating the landscape in changing times
The gymnast who brought down Larry Nassar tells her story.
Some ideas have morphed while others have strangely stayed the same.
Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz shows how the post-9/11 US has intensified control of women’s bodies.
The devotional, political poetry of Barbara Crooker
Susan Neiman considers how Americans might learn from Germany.
Jess Row asks what happens when alienation turns to rage.
Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman distill a complex topic into manageable takeaways.
Scot McKnight looks to Paul to define the pastoral task.
Rebecca Spurrier’s study of a “disabled church” and its lessons for all Christians
Robert Heaney believes the first step is penance.