They’re brave to do so. Do they go far enough?
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
Su’s book is about math and human flourishing. It’s also about how to be a teacher.
The “Letters from an American” author provides historical context for today’s threats to democracy.
The psalter’s wisdom, illuminated from five perspectives
Aharon Appelfeld’s novel of wartime survival among Jewish partisans in Nazi Europe
In Kyle Lambelet’s view, SOA Watch demonstrates the virtues of a messianic politics.
Both Agnes Howard and Brittany Bergman encourage reflection on a transformational experience.
How American evangelicalism baptized male aggression
Ross Douthat wonders what will get us beyond decadence.
The Book of Longings offers a rare glimpse into the interior lives of women in the biblical world.
Crunching the numbers with M. V. Lee Badgett
Jesus’ conflict, Matthew Thiessen argues, was with the forces of death.
Revitalizing lay leaders to bring congregations new life
A book about the psychology and politics of doing terrible things to one another
Jordan Kisner writes about seeing the world and the self.