What makes a person able to see evil and stand against it without fear?
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
Leni Zumas's novel makes a political point. More importantly, it cultivates empathy.
Bowler's memoir honestly confronts the pervasive idea that we get what we deserve.
Ronald Osborn integrates a biblical perspective with humanistic values.
Motivated in part by the whitewashing of a radical legacy, Patrick Parr explores King's seminary years and the roots planted there.
Joshua Jipp's book does something few biblical scholars attempt: it offers explicit proposals for the church.
How did an Afro-pessimist who doesn't believe in hope become the darling of white liberals?
Alice McDermott ponders a mystery: How is it that women hear the calling and find the strength to love and support their neighbors?
First Erin White fell in love with Christ. Then she fell in love with Chris.
Neuroscientist Abigail Marsh documents fascinating discoveries about how our brains process fear.