According to Reformation scholar Jason Mahn, the birth of Christendom was a sort of Fall.
A friend recently announced that he had given up hope for the human race. There are days when I find myself thinking about this a lot.
Like it or not, the world’s religious landscape owes much to the long history of European imperialism. But the story of empire and missions is more complex than we might assume.
If one moment symbolizes the unification of the continents, it might be the creation of the diocese of Manila—as a suffragan see of Mexico City.
“Are you scribes gone awry?” Jesus asks us. “Have you got good religion?”