The intersection of race and sexuality is the ur-story of American culture.
Lyndal Roper's biography is a masterpiece of nuance and balance.
Marie Howe’s poems present Magdalene in many forms, contemporary and ancient.
The next Reformation is about interpretation, but not of a book.
Diane Reynolds’s book would be worth its price for its insistence on noticing the women at every turn in Bonhoeffer’s life.
Sex is complicated. So is Christian reflection on it.
Once gay men were identified in public as the primary victims of and imagined cause of the disease, it became a moral crisis rather than a medical one.
Confessions is not primarily about Augustine at all; it is about God’s activity in the particularity of Augustine’s life.
Human sexuality is fraught, particularly when mixed with the complexities of culture, religion, patriarchy, and adolescence.