I wish I’d had Mark Charles and Soong-Chan Rah’s book when I was in college.
Robert Heaney believes the first step is penance.
What began as a colonial land grab became the ground of martyrdom.
Sanneh challenged the idea that Christianity was merely a tool of colonialism.
In Cuarón’s film, both love and violence come in waves.
Mayan culture and rituals have persisted since their days of ancient glory—but not without major upheavals.
What does maturity look like? Whiteness is a horrific answer to this question.
Apricot Irving writes with love—and hurt—about her father's misplaced desire to be a savior to others.
India's 20 million Catholics don't seem to mind that their faith looks pretty European.
The ancient stories of Genesis bear witness to a created world that is interconnected and has value in God’s eyes.
A century ago, a period of stunning Christian growth began. Africa's independent churches claim John Chilembwe as a symbol of a new native Christianity, free from its paternalistic and missionary roots.
It seems like everywhere you go Christians in one way or another are talking about Christendom. Actually, the word being used most is post-Christendom.
Owuor's novel wrestles with Kenya's bitter remnants of colonialism. Yet it suggests that the future can be shaped by people who are willing to incorporate the past with honesty and integrity.