Theology was not optional for me as a child. It was a matter of life or death.
Nabeel Ashkar has worked for years to bring Western art music to Arab young people in Galilee.
Protesting in Jesus’ name is an outward act that yields inner transformation.
Even stones are constantly being transformed.
Discovering the limits—and possibilities—of common prayer via Zoom
The pandemic hasn’t taken away our ability to look our neighbor in the eye.
“The vote is precious,” said Lewis. Fifty-five years after Bloody Sunday and the Voting Rights Act, many Americans remain disenfranchised.
Evagrius Pontus and Howard Thurman knew God as simultaneously far and near.
A growing number of Malayalam-language films feature Christian characters or themes.
It's time for us to hear the song of Moses and Miriam in a new way.
Loving the neighbor with whom we disagree
The “Letters from an American” author provides historical context for today’s threats to democracy.
The psalter’s wisdom, illuminated from five perspectives
Aharon Appelfeld’s novel of wartime survival among Jewish partisans in Nazi Europe