In 1964, Mimi Ford jumped into a pool—and changed the course of history.
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Peter W. Marty reflects on signs of grace and explores Christian witness
A priority is singular. It’s hard to have more than one.
The Greek word for faith, pistis, isn’t about assenting to beliefs. It’s about trust.
The conflation of Christianity and American patriotism has never done either one any favors.
Her epitaph, “She hath done what she could,” says a lot.
Incentivizing good behavior can suffocate morality.
Our possessive instinct goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden.
There’s little excuse for doctors skipping over basic compassion.
Breaking America’s fetish for lethal weapons
The monarchy, celebrity, and true greatness
It won’t look the same, but there’s potential for renewal.
Lent beckons us to claim those forgotten things we’d packed away.
It’s not easy to avoid the perception of a political motive.
To believe that moral values and virtuous leadership are self-enforcing is to fool ourselves.
These three stances toward God are the beginning of faith.