If we want our biblical interpretation to align with the fullness of who Christ is, we need new lenses.
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
The creative retellings in Inspired model an account of inspiration that is as much a spiritual practice as a religious doctrine.
Stephanie Jones-Rogers dismantles the stereotype of white female passivity in the pre-Civil War south.
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Maxwell King’s Mr. Rogers biography is more of a hagiography.
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The intertwining of the Catholic Church and politics, from World War I to Trump
To love the world as an American black man is a subversive act.
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Ilana Kurshan shows how the practice of Daf Yoni gave structure to a life made formless and void.
Jim Antal calls for a green reformation among churches.
Two journalists unpack the history, the scale of the epidemic, and who’s to blame
James Hudnut-Beumler profiles churches, ministries, and movements with long-held traditions and potential for change.
Theologian Shane Clifton rethinks virtue ethics from his wheelchair.