His advice: be yourself, be underprepared, be weird.
Karla F. C. Holloway offers one from Sanskrit: vilomah.
Have you heard the one about the priest, the minister, and the rabbi?
As James Cone argued, the universal is revealed in the particular.
We may feel compassion in our guts, but we learn it by practicing empathic solidarity.
It’s climate change.
Christianity is not only about pain and death. It’s about life and joy.
Despite the government’s desire to eliminate non-Hindu faiths, churches thrive in the nation’s diverse south.
In Luke’s Gospel, Jesus—like Moses and Elijah—is a figure of departure.
It’s a terrible fact that we have so many opportunities to love our enemies.
Thomas Gaulke constructs a “belief-fluid” theology of hope.
Tyler Mayfield offers a fresh look at Cain, Ishmael, and Esau.
Patrick Henry’s vision of monasticism is not a fleeing ark, but a marsh teeming with life.
But the enchantment of Matrix is ultimately broken by her language.