Can artifacts and interactive exhibits ever do justice to scripture's wildness?
"Teens have the ability to do theological reflection and to connect their faith to issues of justice."
In a time of terror, the seminary needed the contraband words of Gustavo Gutiérrez.
I can choose to be in situations where I feel uncomfortable. My students of color can't.
He was known for the intellectual rigor of The Nature of Doctrine. But what drove him was a commitment to Christian unity.
Isaiah 55 gives voice to the longing we can't quite name.
How do we retool after we speak irreverently or caustically?
In the 1980s, the U.S. didn’t cite "America first" and stay out of El Salvador's civil war.
Sin distorts the reciprocity for which God made us.
People are being persecuted by anti-witchcraft vigilantes. The church can help.
Don't forget to read John 3:17.
Jesus isn't just reforming temple practices.
Is forbearance amid disagreement a Christian virtue?
We should forebear one another—not to ensure church unity, but because God forebears us.
Dar Williams has hope for America's small towns
The folk singer has observed what brings neighbors together in communities where she performs.
The many lives of Adam and Eve
Stephen Greenblatt weaves an impressive—but incomplete—tapestry of interpretations of the story of the Fall.
Was the 1928 Paris Peace Pact really a failure?
It didn't eliminate war. Still, it transformed international relations.
The many perspectives of American evangelicalism
A new book of essays shows that evangelicals aren't all the same culturally or politically. So what's holding them together?
Several churches in Minneapolis–St. Paul have funded in-prison education for young men convicted of ISIS involvement and also helped their families. It hasn't been without controversy.
Many Chileans are still furious over Francis appointing a bishop who was connected to a notorious abuser.
The government declared that members of 20 organizations will be barred entry for security reasons as of March 1.
Susan Silverman has proposed the Anne Frank Home Sanctuary movement, calling on members of Rabbis for Human Rights to house asylum-seekers the prime minister plans to deport.
Several Evangelical Covenant clergy are facing discipline for participating in a same-sex wedding. Thousands of people connected to the denomination are petitioning for a moratorium on such actions.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf handed over power in the West African nation's first peaceful transition in decades.
He is best known for his 1984 book The Nature of Doctrine and his engagement in the ecumenical movement.