Churches that support the movement should confront the gap between its vision and its accomplishments.
It’s hard to quit the college admissions game.
I knew Sunday worship wasn’t viable. But what about weekdays?
Marilynne Robinson calls it “a form of reverence.”
The American dream is not just about accumulating private wealth.
A seasonal practice: cultivate the patient gaze to describe life as we find it.
At a time of rapid secularization, filmmakers seem intrigued—if sometimes also repelled—by religion.
Matthew connects Jesus to the overarching narrative of the Jewish people—as well as to the smaller story of Matthew’s immediate community.
Preachers who value their pulpit would be wise to avoid Isaiah 9 this Christmas Eve.
Alice Hoffman’s Holocaust novel collapses the boundaries between reality and fantasy.
In Preaching Romans, a range of scholars present their perspectives in complementary ways.
Scott Samuelson considers seven responses to the age-old mystery.
The medical community takes middle-age adulthood as the norm. What if it didn’t?
Hart thunders like Amos against cruel, incoherent religion.