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.
My understanding of God has become a welcome object of gravity, as it moved from heady abstractions to my gut.
While women have historically been bound by family obligations, household chores, or desperate poverty, there have been monasteries throughout history that allowed some to focus on their vocation without those typical pressures.
Greek and English do not work the same way. So what does it mean to create a literal translation?
Diane Reynolds’s book would be worth its price for its insistence on noticing the women at every turn in Bonhoeffer’s life.
What's more important: calculating the logic of the Trinity, or doing theology across cultures?
Mark Stenberg takes aim at Christian certainty. I'm not certain that's our problem.
Join me in June for Duke Divinity's 'Summer Institute for Reconciliation' to learn together how we can subvert the currents of racial hierarchy and racism that permeate our lives.
Pastors know that religion and psychology are intimately connected. But what about theology and psychology? Can these two very different fields of study talk to each other? What do theologians have to say to psychologists and vice versa? On May 14 at 8 p.m. EST, the Century is cosponsoring an event with the Center of Theological Inquiry to explore these questions.