Theologian Deanna Thompson used to criticize the pervasive technological creep overtaking our lives. Then she was diagnosed with cancer.
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
Heather Bradley and Miriam Bamberger Grogan offer a hard-working playbook for addressing ministerial overload.
John Edgar Wideman counters the official record of Emmett Till’s father with a more empathetic version.
Should I let my child color pictures of Jesus on the cross?
Children have unique needs for both freedom and protection.
Anya Silver’s imaginative poems speak from nothingness into new creation.
Diane Reynolds’s book would be worth its price for its insistence on noticing the women at every turn in Bonhoeffer’s life.
Benedict XVI’s book is both unusual and important. Mostly because it never should have been written.
If theological education’s prospects look dim, we’re defining it too narrowly.
In Dana Johnson's new collection, nothing is easy.