And she does it in an unmistakable Caribbean accent that embraces, hugs, kisses, dances, cries, and rumbles out laughter.
“Looking east can free us a bit from our anxiety or ecclesiastical culture wars or general air of being panicked and overstretched.”
Hillary McBride draws on psychology and theology to encourage us to befriend our bodies.
Freeing Jesus is not the kind of book we expect from someone with a PhD.
Peter Hooten considers the concept in relationship to the theologian’s entire body of work.
Early-20th-century European and North American missionaries grew concerned about it—but never in their own churches.
“In God’s world, there are always new possibilities—some of which reside in things we find threatening.”
Cultivating a shared Christian imagination
Clare Carlisle helps readers struggle with what it means to be human in the world.
Anna Madsen’s theological call for taking a stand
Rebecca Spurrier’s study of a “disabled church” and its lessons for all Christians
A sneak peek at the CC staff’s Christmas gift list
The theologian doesn’t want finance capitalism to determine what we’re worth.
Brian Stanley pulls off a readable, one-volume history of 20th-century Christianity.
The eccentric preacher's ideas hover between God's absolute otherness and God's self-revelation in Christ.