“A lot of people want to talk about the big questions; they just don’t know how to get started.”
At a recent funeral, some churchgoers were surprised by my choice of texts.
They’re in a plastic bag in my closet.
Most of us don’t fear death so much as the process leading up to it.
Lenny Duncan’s letter is full of hope and fury, love and lament—like Paul’s epistles.
Maybe Jesus’ tears at Bethany come from more than grief.
Climate catastrophe, economic inequality, and the way we treat our dead
In their new novels, Dara Horn and Chloe Benjamin play with themes of mortality and free will.
National Poetry Month is over, but there's plenty of good poetry to get us through the next 11 months.
Imagine talking about birth the way we talk about death.
One gift of being a pastor is that death stands right in front of us. We understand that our days are numbered.
A hospice chaplain writes about facing pain without flinching.
Princeton Theological Seminary's farm grows food. But this isn't the main point.
Part history and part memoir, this volume gently immerses readers in Jewish traditions surrounding death.
For career day at my daughter's school, I brought pictures of some of the things pastors do. The students were mostly interested in the funerals.