It’s possible to stop believing, but we can’t live without trust.
Jesus doesn’t seem to think so.
Cavan Concannon believes that the apostle’s writings belong in the latrine.
The popular blogger speaks to the pain of Christians who are disappointed with the failures of the church.
The heroine of Claire Luchette’s novel realizes she became a nun to avoid being herself.
Like all of her work, her posthumous book is warm, wise, and intimate.
Christian Smith and Amy Adamczyk’s sociological study offers some clues.
The Greek word for faith, pistis, isn’t about assenting to beliefs. It’s about trust.
Brian McLaren says religious doubt isn't the death of faith. It's the birth of faith beyond belief.
These three stances toward God are the beginning of faith.
For both Paul Mariani and Mark Jarman, the mystery is theological.
Transcendent Kingdom explores an immigrant neuroscientist’s complicated relationship with evangelical Christianity.
Phillip Cary locates the heart of Protestantism in the gospel promise it reveals.
New collections by Jeanine Hathaway and Jeanne Murray Walker
The former poet laureate’s quirky faith is a spirituality for prankish oddballs.