Everything in Jack is a marvel.
The theologian starts by recognizing that we know enough to live fully in response to God’s grace.
One of the greatest mysteries of faith is that God loves us as is.
I preached a word of judgment. The stranger in the back row heard grace.
“We’ve lost the capacity to talk about the universality of brokenness—and belovedness.”
Theology is story, and Jones is a rousing storyteller.
Do practices make us better people? Lauren Winner isn't so sure.
Thirty years later my petty crime came back to haunt me.
I'm authorized to open seals, drive the chariot of fire, and pour out bowls of judgment. But wrestling someone?
Grace is an exchange, says Terra Schwerin Rowe—but not an economic one.
When our church received a windfall, we tried an experiment.
In response to our request for essays on the topic mistake, we received many compelling reflections. Here is a selection.
Molly Phinney Baskette's book is not a robust example of the Christian practice of confession. But she does offer a glimpse into the life of a church that is thriving against the odds.
Readers who found Pastrix to be a long, cool drink will find more refreshment here. Those who have tired of Nadia Bolz-Weber's cranky schtick will tire of it here as well.
I can still smell the wet canvas and sawdust of my father's revivals. He believed that any self-respecting revival was held in a tent.