A conversation with professor and church leader Graham Joseph Hill about reconciliation, lament, hospitality, and more
Can we be reconciled to God without being reconciled to one another?
Jonathan Augustine starts where Barth left off, moving from salvific reconciliation to social reconciliation.
Tracy K. Smith’s lovely, unflinching poems
Smith is acutely aware of injustice and violence—and remarkably hopeful about the possibility of reconciliation.
Search online for Madagascar and you get mostly references to animated films about animals. Dig deeper and you'll find a still more amazing true story.
I, Brian, a sinner, a most simple suburbanite, a generally decent sort but subject to fits of selfishness, do here wish to confess and be shriven.
In a place where the religious other quite recently meant the invading army that killed your father, Pontanima's work is remarkable.
Like Jacob and Esau, my mother and my aunt met each other one day after 20 years of estrangement.
Christ as weapon, Paul?
The world is full of walls. Everywhere we go, there are fences, gates, partitions and other ingeniously constructed barriers—all aimed at keeping something or someone in and keeping something or someone else out. We need walls.