Churches have long outsourced theological education. Now it's moving back.
Chicago's Episcopal seminary goes all in on field education
Being religious is not about following rules. It's more like dancing.
“It’s one thing to say you support a two-state solution. It’s another thing to go to Israel and study Judaism.”
Even the most mechanical routines can transform our inner lives.
California is on track to reduce carbon emissions—through innovation as well as regulation.
Dwelling in the edgelands can help us find what’s most hidden.
In many instances, Jesuit influence is essential to understanding the history of Asian societies.
Genesis 12:1–4a; John 3:1–17
Joel 2:1–2, 12–17; Matthew 6:1–6, 16–21
If theological education’s prospects look dim, we’re defining it too narrowly.
In Dana Johnson's new collection, nothing is easy.
A century before Alicia Garza came Anna Arnold Hedgeman, Violet Johnson, and Florence Spearing Randolph.
A hospice chaplain writes about facing pain without flinching.
Escapism can be delightful. But artistic creation also uses the fodder of daily life.
There is a danger in responding to a film like Hidden Figures by congratulating ourselves on how far we’ve come.
The National Fund for Sacred Places aims to help churches raise funds, restore their buildings, and find new community partnerships.