The ministry of abiding, even in the face of decline, is an offering to God.
Under Trump and Putin, a strange alliance gets stranger.
A Guatemalan asylum seeker has an attorney and a team of supporters. It was still hard to get her children back.
"It feels vulnerable to be the weird lady outside preaching sermons."
Part of me admires couples who don't pretend to be religious on their wedding day.
Global cooperation is important.
The truth of God's grace is always messier than appearances let on.
Elastigirl is the hero we need.
Did Jesus just call that woman a dog?
What does it mean to be seen as a defiled person?
In God's kingdom, sometimes less is more.
In Sachdeva's debut story collection, magical realism meets a keen eye for character.
Christians helped create it. Can we help destroy it?
From Hindu Bible commentary to Christian minjung theology, the Asian Jesus has taken many forms.
Ben Dueholm offers a humble apologetics—of faithful actions, not beliefs.
Sociologists and a statistician examined Internet search data provided by Google. Their findings suggest that "violent extremism results from the failure of ethnic integration."
The M.Div.X program hopes to train innovative church leaders—with no student debt, says seminary president Robin J. Steinke.
Under a new rule, priests will be able to marry same-sex couples despite their diocesan bishops' objection—but no priest is required to preside at any wedding.
The law, also making Hebrew the only official language, has garnered criticism in Israel and abroad.
There have been nearly 90 contenders in national, state, or local races—including several who could be the first Muslim woman in Congress.
Firmin Gbagoua was the sixth Catholic priest to be killed. Fighters claim that religion is fueling the conflict—but religious leaders point to economic causes.
In a decade in the post, he built relationships of respect with leaders of many religious groups.
Meuser, a scholar of Martin Luther and American Lutheran history, also served on a multidenominational council and as a seminary president.
Yoram Raanan lost hundreds of paintings. But from high-quality prints that remained, Meira Raanan created a book, Art of Revelation: A Visual Encounter with the Jewish Bible.