While struggling with this question as a church songwriter, I came up with six guidelines.
A new documentary positions the fiery iconoclast as a prophet ahead of her time.
In Luke’s Advent story, Bethlehem’s economy is central—and it looks a lot like Bethlehem’s economy today.
Martin Modéus will lead the national church during a time of profound change.
A letter to pastors and churchgoers who wonder what happened to the prepandemic church they knew.
Social media movements fade. Survivors of sexual assault and harassment need living communities.
Oddly enough, some of the best TV shows about clergy come from secular Europe.
Both movies critique the assumption that survival requires dominance.
John the Baptist is not sure if Jesus is very Christlike.
John the Baptist is calling for more than a cognitive recognition of wrongdoing.
If we want our sermons to resemble real life, says Charles Campbell, we might take a hint from carnival.
Amitav Ghosh’s book sings the ancestral story of nutmeg.
Jonathan Augustine starts where Barth left off, moving from salvific reconciliation to social reconciliation.
Glancy’s spirit is shaped as much by her exile from her tribe as by her ties to it.