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What exactly is it about the birth of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ that says “tiara romance”?
If a protest for equal rights is a threatening provocation, then answering that threat with violence is merely self-defense.
So why didn’t I want to introduce my Methodist congregants to them?
The Christian Thunderbird is once more taking flight.
The vulnerability of the newborn Christ challenges our inclination to play God.
The party in Trump’s thrall is going after the very notion of fair elections. Yet Congress has failed to act.
Abortion is about real lives enmeshed in the realities of home and work and wages and debt.
Faith is growing in the tropics. So are the temperatures and the tides.
Theology is not popularly understood to be a landscape where dreams are welcome.
Why am I so skeptical about sitting and learning at the feet of others?
What is the story within the story that we need to hear anew?
How a year overseas unraveled and remade Sarah Hinlicky Wilson’s identity
Francis Spufford’s novel imagines the lives they might otherwise have led.
It’s hard to strike the right balance in a biography of the heroic aviator and antisemitic activist. Christopher Gehrz succeeds brilliantly.
Kristy Nabhan-Warren’s ethnographic study complicates familiar views of the Corn Belt.