Essays that consider the natural order as God's creation—in a way scientists might recognize.
They use the conventions of Jewish resistance poetry to challenge Roman occupation.
I love the Del Parson Jesus. But it's the Monkey Jesus I need now.
Depictions of Jesus reveal God—but never adequately.
If Jesus is black, he's calling us to do a lot more than affirm the color of his skin.
Yes, there's violence. But there's also God's faithfulness and care.
Our collective panic is hurting us. Can faith help?
Two refreshing new books place the storyteller within the story he tells.
All living things are touched by divine grace—and caught up together in movement toward union with God.
Much of what Christianity has long been saying about the cross of Christ is problematic. So what is to be done about it?
Nevertheless, I think that John’s prologue has much more to say. In speaking about this Word become flesh, it also speaks powerfully to us about what it means to be human. Over the years, I kept returning to a few verses that changed the way that I saw the entire prologue and which consequently changed my entire theology.
We gather that some of our readers still don't want to talk Christology with us. But it's because of Jesus that the church has trouble in the world.
Bart Ehrman's conclusions aren't novel to anyone familiar with historical scholarship on Christology. But those aren't the readers he has in mind.
Explanations of the cross have been subject to major critiques in recent decades. Is it really the case that, given human sin, someone has to pay?
Some questions won't go away. The creed says Jesus was crucified "for us," but what do those two little words mean?