Jordan Kisner writes about seeing the world and the self.
Ed Cyzewski’s prepandemic takedown of the digital formation of Christians is still surprisingly useful.
As I lie awake, it seems right to join those who address God with different names than I use.
It may be Easter, but lament comes more readily than alleluia.
Denys Turner’s essays bridge the gaps that often frustrate us when we read medieval theology.
Since my son’s accident, everything I understand about hope has changed.
Toxic theology in the wake of mass violence
I feared it would last a week. Then came the moment of truth.
Prayer is ministry, and ministry is prayer.
After 60 years at Gethsemani Abbey, Paul Quenon wrote a memoir.
I wanted to introduce my students to Muslims, not just to Islam.
I’ve been trying to follow Thomas Keating’s advice: learn to be silent with God.
Luther said we can judge a tree by its fruit. He never said doing so would be easy.
It's not just disaffection with particular state churches. People's religious orientation itself is gone.
Of all the things I could have gone donkey nuts over, it was "quiet time" that pushed me over the edge.