Amy Kenny’s call for disability justice leads with righteous anger but offers grace.
David McLachlan proposes a participatory atonement in which God engages creation’s contingency and vulnerability.
Elizabeth Catte traces the haunting history of forced sterilizations in Central Virginia.
At this church, people with and without disabilities both worship and lead.
Sitting Pretty showed me how much I have to learn about ableism.
Grant Macaskill’s reflection on neurodiversity becomes a stimulus to renewal of faith.
Brian Brock’s book is both academic and deeply personal.
Rebecca Spurrier’s study of a “disabled church” and its lessons for all Christians
Recent books that are shaping discussions in New Testament studies
Stephen Faller’s series of wise reflections on being alive
Theologian Shane Clifton rethinks virtue ethics from his wheelchair.
An annotated list of the best new titles
I recently watched my granddaughter and other teens with Down syndrome perform Shakespeare—with emotion, wit and passion.
Western Seminary students had both needs and assets. So did the wider community's adults with disabilities.