Peter W. Marty reflects on signs of grace and explores Christian witness
When our congregation designed our new sanctuary, we wanted windows that help us see our neighborhood’s needs.
Mike has been blind since birth. He sees life more vividly than most of us.
They might not be what you’d expect.
Sixty years after the March on Washington, we don’t talk much about how nervous it made White people.
In metro areas today, park benches are becoming an endangered species.
Half of all business meal expenses are tax deductible. This puts SNAP cuts in helpful perspective.
There is value in experiencing a wide range of emotions each day.
When we’re obsessed with the forecast, we may miss what’s happening in the present.
Why are so many Christians opposed to science and captivated by conspiracy theories?
I stumbled upon a helpful book recently that sheds light on some of the more troubling myths of manliness.
The mental maps we make tell us who we are and where we belong.
A letter to pastors and churchgoers who wonder what happened to the prepandemic church they knew.
Our spiritual lives would grow if we could step beyond the false notion that God arranges our circumstances.
Too many powerful people in public positions today refuse to repudiate the language of threat.
What’s behind the Century’s new tagline?
Judicial originalism is biblical literalism’s younger cousin.