David Zahl maps the conservative/liberal binary according to distinctions between high and low anthropologies.
Lent beckons us to claim those forgotten things we’d packed away.
When unremitting human sin is something I expect, I can face evil without despair.
Wright tells a great story. Would the apostle recognize it?
It is the church's work.
"It's a sin problem," goes the slogan, "not a gun problem." Whatever definition of sin is operative here, it isn't Paul's.
There are two sure things in life: death and sin.
People do terrible things. So does the biblical God. Is there value in naming those things?
Molly Phinney Baskette's book is not a robust example of the Christian practice of confession. But she does offer a glimpse into the life of a church that is thriving against the odds.
reviewed by Shawnthea Monroe