Life isn’t meant to be lived in the rearview mirror.
From the Editor/Publisher
Peter W. Marty reflects on signs of grace and explores Christian witness
We learn the most from those with whom we have a strong emotional bond.
A failed high school science experiment increased my empathy for those who can’t sleep.
This acknowledgment is at the heart of Christianity.
But sometimes it also requires clever tactics.
They put us in touch with essential things that we know to be dear or wrong.
When did comfort become our highest aspiration?
For Simone Weil, paying attention means asking, ”What are you going through?”
He turned it into love and care for humiliated others.
Most of us have nouns in common; it’s the adjectives that divide us.
We may feel compassion in our guts, but we learn it by practicing empathic solidarity.
It’s hard to imagine this fear-driven resentment responding to outside counsel.
How the patron saint of mental illness has shown up in my brother’s life
A nine-year-old at my church wants to know.
The vulnerability of the newborn Christ challenges our inclination to play God.