The Bible offers conflicting answers.
The protagonist of Alice Elliott Dark’s novel gives readers the flawed heroine they crave.
Shannon Kearns knows and is known by scripture deeply; he knows scripture better because he is trans.
Edward Curtis traces two successive generations of Syrian Muslims across small towns and cities in the Dakotas, Iowa, and Indiana.
The renowned journalist explores how the authoritarianism and corruption she has been fighting for 35 years are now aided and abetted by the internet.
K. H. Miskotte wrote a Karl Barth for Dummies in 1941. It offers a bracing challenge today.
Sofia Samatar’s memoir takes readers through a landscape of prismatic identities and wandering passions.
Eve Fairbanks traces the experiences of three South Africans to diagnose the country’s unrealized promises.