Do we really want God to live with us in a poisoned and degraded world?
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
Andrew Shtulman's book isn't just about understanding data. It's about moral concern.
Scripture shapes culture—but always through what we bring to it.
Andrew Gant's lively book tells a history of sacred song.
Laurent Binet's latest novel is at once a lecture, a detective story, and an exploration of the limits of fiction.
Critics are correct that Robinson doesn't offer an alternative to the Christian Right. But she never claimed to.
Heyward was one of the first women priests. But her particular experiences aren't the heart of her memoir.
Yair Mintzker doesn't know. He's more interested in why other historians keep trying to write a 19th-century novel about the 18th-century case.
Jesus wants us to be likable—but more importantly, he wants us to love.
According to Joseph Wiebe, Berry's vision of rural life starts with his reckoning with Kentucky, the Shawnee, and black slavery.