The thin cannot say to the fat, "I have no need of you."
Shouting against injustice is harder than lamenting it from afar. But it gets easier.
Read Tamar or Dinah's story with your church. Listen together for their cries.
The story's action words tell us a lot about power and who has it.
When we pray for "the poor," do we think of actual people?
The decision says that Korematsu v. United States was wrong. Does it matter?
I've stopped trying to climb over it or knock it down. Now I just sit there.
In the rise of European secularism, Poland is an exception. Not in the rise of right-wing extremism.
Before judging individuals for their sin, we should try to understand the forces of evil influencing them.
Communion is not the only time we seek Jesus like a hungry baby.
Abortion, Down syndrome, and the question of prenatal testing
Protecting it requires all of us.
Erling Kagge fears that the practice of stillness is endangered.
The demons of the white evangelical past
Gregory Ellison II's book evokes the sort of honest conversations he has been convening.
Christ Church Cathedral in Indianapolis has statues of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph behind a chain-link fence topped with barbed wire.
Nationalism and anti-immigrant movements have gained ground.
Law societies denied accreditation to the program at Trinity Western University, an evangelical school in British Columbia, citing its community covenant as discriminating against LGBTQ applicants.
Dahouk al-Omar has been hoping to be reunited with a son in Chicago. Now it's uncertain whether that will ever be possible.
Only a few hundred women in the Netherlands wear face-covering veils, studies suggest.
The consortium in Berkeley, California, includes research centers and seminaries of multiple faith traditions—but has been previously led by Christians.
She will continue as professor of Old Testament at the school, one of two Reformed Church in America seminaries.
Mwombeki, a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania, will head the largest association of Protestant, Orthodox, and indigenous churches in Africa.
The Templeton foundation praised Abdullah II for building on "the power of principled pluralism."