It began when I realized the church has always had a process for changing its mind.
Accepting the call to Black motherhood without averting my eyes from the spectacle of Black death
Her radical final words confounded me for years.
We’re hungrier than ever for physicality, place, and embodiment.
Bishop Philipose Mar Chrysostom worked with unlikely partners—including communist leaders in Kerala—to bring about social change.
A priority is singular. It’s hard to have more than one.
It’s beautiful when people come together to protect their hungry neighbors. It’s appalling that they have to.
I murmured my prayers, counted my breaths, and got through it.
The Afropean saint is reemerging amid a swelling African diaspora.
Solomon has everything—and still, he seeks transformation.
David, Absalom, and the dangers of “hanging between heaven and earth”
Elizabeth Catte traces the haunting history of forced sterilizations in Central Virginia.
Munther Isaac’s critique of the Israeli government is perfectly fair. But why does he also need to critique Judaism?
Christian Smith and Amy Adamczyk’s sociological study offers some clues.
He says they’re memoirs, but I’m onto him. The Anthropocene Reviewed is more like a collection of sermons.