Martin Luther went looking for God—and found Christ on the cross.
When it comes to racism, we’re failing it too.
Why we can’t rely on this or any other hermeneutical principle
Anna Madsen’s theological call for taking a stand
Christine Helmer threatens to dash to pieces the pieties of modern Luther scholarship.
Maya Angelou had it right: we can only try to be Christian.
Each created a new model for church. Each paid a price.
It’s all fun and games until your political enemy calls you “dear sister in Christ.”
Luther said we can judge a tree by its fruit. He never said doing so would be easy.
Most books are easy for me to give away. Not beautiful books about biblical manuscripts or Martin Luther’s legacy.
Grace is an exchange, says Terra Schwerin Rowe—but not an economic one.
Must Christianity always define itself against Judaism? The Didache didn't.
Luther's reforms weren't based solely on the early church.
Lyndal Roper's biography is a masterpiece of nuance and balance.