The rise of megachurches has created a larger public role for some churches—even as it has signaled the loosening hold of organized religion.
Christians didn’t baptize Aldo Leopold’s land ethic after the fact. They got there years before his work.
Jamie Smith has written a string of smart books that explain the significance of contemporary theory for Christian life and ministry. His new field guide to Charles Taylor may be his best.
Matthew McCullough argues that the Spanish-American War signaled a crucial turning point in American self-understanding and self-justification.
Through analysis of denominational statements about what is arguably the most debated military conflict in recent U.S. history, George Bogaski produces an illuminating, if also unvarnished, story.
Let it be said at once: this is the best book ever written about Billy Graham. I found this an absolutely captivating book and have read every word, including the footnotes.
Since 2000, nearly 500,000 ELCA members have left to form two new bodies. These churches are organizing themselves along new patterns.