We are invited to bring the rich resources of our senses and imaginations into the realm of faith.
According to James McGrath, unless Jesus was able to learn from others, he wasn’t truly human.
Biblical scholar Tony Keddie shows how the conservative movement enlisted the Bible to help its cause.
A conversation with historian and popular author Diana Butler Bass about her upbringing, Jesus as presence, memoir theology, and more
Jerusha Matsen Neal writes for preachers who stand in the messy middle.
As the rotating nativity spun, I kept watching Jesus.
Ariel Sabar’s nonfiction book contains more twists and turns than a car chase.
The Book of Longings offers a rare glimpse into the interior lives of women in the biblical world.
Jesus’ conflict, Matthew Thiessen argues, was with the forces of death.
Recent books that are shaping discussions in New Testament studies
Joan Taylor's top-notch scholarship reads like a detective thriller.
From Hindu Bible commentary to Christian minjung theology, the Asian Jesus has taken many forms.
John Stackhouse's real-world ethics primer covers just about every subject, but it leaves out an important one.
As Roland Boer and Christina Petterson see it, the Gospels contradict the witness of Jesus about slavery and property.
We should forebear one another—not to ensure church unity, but because God forebears us.