Ten million people still speak the language of the Inca empire and identify with its culture. Most of them are Christians.
Ronald Osborn integrates a biblical perspective with humanistic values.
Motivated in part by the whitewashing of a radical legacy, Patrick Parr explores King's seminary years and the roots planted there.
Joshua Jipp's book does something few biblical scholars attempt: it offers explicit proposals for the church.
How did an Afro-pessimist who doesn't believe in hope become the darling of white liberals?
Alice McDermott ponders a mystery: How is it that women hear the calling and find the strength to love and support their neighbors?
He was an air force captain who became a conscientious objector. Now he'll lead a historic peace church.
Rwanda's president has criticized the number of churches in the capital, Kigali. There are more than 1,300 in the city of nearly 1.2 million.
Michael J. Sharp had been investigating violence in the Congo when he was killed one year ago.
Theresa F. Latini led an organization that taught that sexuality could be changed. She now rejects that—but students, faculty, and alumni charged her and the board with keeping that fact secret.
Most of Congo’s antigovernment protests—including several in February that saw at least two people killed—have begun on the steps of a Catholic Church.
Mayor Nir Barkat has called into question whether buildings that are not houses of worship should be tax-exempt.
The Saudi crown prince’s Vision 2030 program includes rolling back the religious hierarchy’s power over domestic and foreign policies.