The Danish TV series portrays the choppy waters of European Christianity.
How we stopped seeing a destitute “them” and started seeing wicket keepers and off spinners.
In Patrick Coleman’s novel, people hurt others with drugs, dollars, and/or Jesus.
The answer, says Leah Schade, is about dialogue as much as any single sermon.
Let me cut to the chase, brothers and sisters. Is this what you think living in Christ looks like?
Struck down but not destroyed, perplexed but not forsaken
Cara Wall writes beautifully about something novelists rarely address: a mainline Protestant congregation.
Helping people feel connected to one another is the holy work of any community, including congregations.
He was a patriarch in the Maronite Church, a diplomatic interfaith leader, and a local power broker.
The Dutch ecumenist believed the church can—and must—challenge hateful ideologies.
The man turned in a visitor card. I pulled up my web browser.
Respect for pastors is at an all-time low. What would help?
Lenny Duncan’s letter is full of hope and fury, love and lament—like Paul’s epistles.
So much of human religiosity comes down to a hoax we perpetrate on God.
Baptism is about dying with Christ. Why don't more churches talk about this?