The pandemic hasn’t taken away our ability to look our neighbor in the eye.
From the Editor/Publisher
Peter W. Marty reflects on signs of grace and explores Christian witness
Good conscience isn’t forged in the heat of the moment. It acquires its shape over time.
Holding in tension our achievements and failures as a nation
The Christian faith provides some tools for letting go of our defensiveness.
I’d tell him a secret I learned from Eugene Peterson.
The church can conspire—breathe together—to bring goodness into the world.
Genuine Christian faith is larger than the US Constitution.
That’s one good thing about sheltering in place.
We seem to be relearning the social benefits of building community with our not-so-close neighbors.
I’ve been thinking about a French horn teacher I once had.
Looking for signs of hope when social distancing keeps us apart
At a recent funeral, some churchgoers were surprised by my choice of texts.
Like the sludge on a car in the winter, most of our messes accumulate gradually.
Arthur Brooks gave the room an important assignment. President Trump turned it down.
What we can learn from the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector