Stanley Hauerwas says good theological writing makes the familiar strange.
We began to understand why James Baldwin called US history “more beautiful and more terrible than anyone has ever said about it.”
This is a high-stakes time. Some churches need to take more creative risks than ever before.
Helping a community navigate historical concerns
Is V. velella a colony or an individual? When does sharedness dissolve into oneness?
The ecumenical leader who talked me out of burning my ordination certificate
Breaking America’s fetish for lethal weapons
Pretending we don't expect something gets us off the hook for not being prepared.
Salvation is not a place but a way of life.
First Cow, Bacurau, and Nomadland reveal the stark racism of classic American Westerns.
What would the insurance-mandated boundary trainings that I’ve attended make of Jesus’ intimacy with his disciples?
The vine branch doesn’t put “make grapes” on its to-do list. It just makes them.
Yes, says Yuval Levin. But only if they serve a formative function.
And why it might be abolished
Onaje X. O. Woodbine’s book about a Black woman’s life is a model of ethnographic work that centers the voice of its subject.
Brent Strawn aims to debunk mistruths that come from biblical illiteracy and anti-Semitism.