The Salvadoran archbishop was thoroughly of his own time. But his words speak to us too.
Are the rest of us so different from our brothers and sisters in Libya or in Charleston? Are they heroes with whom we can never identify?
Will Campbell once held a funeral for a town. This odd act showed how the practices of death and dying aren’t just for individuals.
Most moral arguments against suicide are built on premises of faith. But Jennifer Hecht, a poet and first-rate historian of ideas, is intent on providing secular reasons for refraining from it.
For some Christians, the menace of apostasy is anything but distant or theoretical.