The Indigenous writer’s new memoir understands memory as counsel and ritual as the potency of love.
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Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza wants us to reform our collective subconscious.
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Eyal Press looks inside the daily lives of prison workers, drone warriors, and meatpackers.
A truly Catholic university, says James Heft, steers a course between secularization and insularity.
Cavan Concannon believes that the apostle’s writings belong in the latrine.
Andrew Pettegree and Arthur der Weduwen try in their impressive but Eurocentric volume.
Bill Wylie-Kellerman’s patchwork of poetry, prophecy, and prose reads like a modern Gospel.
It doesn’t matter what genre Translating Myself and Others is. What matters is that it is irresistibly immersive.
What do Reinhold Niebuhr's blind spots tell us about our own?
When Frank Bruni suffered permanent vision damage, he embarked on a philosophical quest.
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