Tiffany Brooks offers much more than just another exvangelical anger manual.
Pamela Cooper-White details best practices for difficult conversations that privilege listening, reflexivity, curiosity, and care.
Yes, says Katelyn Beaty, who defines celebrity as “fame’s shinier, slightly obnoxious cousin.”
Charles Marsh writes beautifully about the anxiety instilled by his childhood faith—and the therapy it took to overcome it.
Brooke Petersen gathers the stories of eight queer Christians who left churches—and found new ones.
If his book were a trial, the verdict would be clear: guilty.
The popular blogger speaks to the pain of Christians who are disappointed with the failures of the church.
At its core, God Spare the Girls is about a family history doomed to repeat itself.
Like all of her work, her posthumous book is warm, wise, and intimate.
Duke Kwon and Gregory Thompson want to talk about theft.
Munther Isaac’s critique of the Israeli government is perfectly fair. But why does he also need to critique Judaism?
The lesbian evangelical scholar bravely shared her view of God—in love.