Facebook tells me I have 633 friends. Sirach tells me how few of those are faithful friends.
As we hiked the Abraham Path, I realized that every step was inescapably political.
On the cross, Jesus needed actual water. No one gave him any.
Greeting people on Sunday mornings, I’m fueled by thankfulness for their presence.
The new criminal justice law is modest. But it may signal a shifting narrative.
In God's future, nothing is wasted.
Can memories of childhood joy really make up for predatory lending and labor busting?
Jesus’ transfiguration should have implications for how its witnesses will live.
What if I’m the cheek-slapper, the thief, the opportunist?
James and Deborah Fallows traveled around the U.S. to find out.
Madrasa Discourses at Notre Dame covers the scientific and philosophical questions Islamic seminaries often skip.
Jair Bolsonaro created a Christian voting bloc through opposition to what he called a liberal moral drift.
The government wanted to increase birth control use. But the Catholic Church runs about a third of the country’s hospitals and clinics. So they struck a deal.
The Women of Faith Peacebuilding Network has reached more than 10,000 Muslim and Christian women across the country.
Church leaders, developers, and urban planners face tough questions as they attempt to halt the abandonment and sell-off of centuries-old structures.
Chehadeh leads the largest local NGO in Syria, serving 2.5 million people a year.
The search committee chair praised Pittman’s “vision for the future of theological education.”
Richard J. Perry Jr., a professor emeritus at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, called Echols “a giant in the world of theological education.”