Essays spanning four decades offer a fitting entree into the work of a distinguished scholar.
My understanding of God has become a welcome object of gravity, as it moved from heady abstractions to my gut.
Cooper Harriss aims to rescue Ellison from neglect and misinterpretation—by reading him alongside theologians.
“Truth is in constant transit. The difference between a liberal and a conservative, I think, is the stomach you have for the journey.”
The people to whom John Howard Yoder was accountable struggled to discipline him—and failed to deal adequately with his victims' pain.
We have the tendency to define adulthood, and even ourselves, by our employment and our ability to exist independently. But in our difficult economic situation, isn't it time to rely on our rich theology and redefine our notions of self?