The headlines spoke of nationalism and war. Barth proclaimed a living God who calls for repentance.
After the Great Migration, some black preachers addressed the issues their white social-gospel counterparts avoided.
My temptation to spurn the evangelical preacher slipped away when I opened this volume.
In our current political climate, the preacher struggles to say something both unifying and prophetic.
Mary Clark Moschella recommends the best recently published books in her field.
In Athens, the apostle bears witness—and doesn't try to be cool.
On Sunday, after a tragic week of race-related killings in Dallas, Minneapolis, and Baton Rouge, I took a seat in my white evangelical middle-class megachurch in central Pennsylvania. I didn’t know what to expect, but as the sermon began I found myself pleasantly surprised. My pastor used his scheduled sermon on the parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25–37) to address the issue of race in America.
This episode consists of some of our favorite moments from episodes 14-33, which aired during our second season in the winter and spring of 2016.