As the children make their way out the door, trails of leftover communion bread go with them.
We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: "power."
The Prison Creative Arts Project at the University of Michigan
Hate isn’t new, but it does appear to be thriving.
Telling the truth requires more than right thinking. It requires being a particular sort of person.
In our current political climate, the preacher struggles to say something both unifying and prophetic.
In Asheville, one church was dying while another was being born.
I don’t like this. When I mourn I want to not mourn anymore.
In a time of American inhospitality, Jan Holton offers a compelling vision.
An ethicist and an anthropologist ask: How much is too much?
Dying poses hard questions about autonomy.
As CC books editor, I get to peruse a lot of books. Too bad I can’t review them all.
If you’re new to Rick Bass’s edgy, glorious, and often brutal settings, this collection is a perfect place to start.
Westworld’s claim is that memory leads to consciousness, which leads to violence.