The idea is disarmingly simple: all you need is a dinner table.
Thirty years later my petty crime came back to haunt me.
I routinely saw patients who were racist, sexist, demanding, and cruel. They were also afraid, exhausted, in pain, and helpless.
If white evangelicals are united by anything, it isn't theology.
Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Ben Carson understood evangelical anxieties and played to them. But the strategy backfired.
Fear is a terrific uniter, but it's a strange way to carve out a Christian life.
White evangelical political loyalties and their lessons for the rest of us
To resist the kind of society we don't want, we have to cultivate the kind we do.
Sinan Antoon's acclaimed novel, now out in English, sheds light on the realities faced by Christians in Iraq.
At that deserted spot on the Sea of Galilee, Jesus could've used a grocery store.
The apostles are on fire in this Gospel passage. I don't always get along with people like that.
How to capture the urgency of Confessions? New translations by Sarah Ruden and Peter Constantine offer very different approaches.
"This is not a book of Enlightenolatry," writes Pinker. But it is.
Pediatric oncologist Elisha Waldman explores a city's complexities as he reflects on his patients' spiritual needs.
Carolyn Helsel's guidebook is insightful, sensitive, and deeply practical.
There’s no such thing as free will and that’s bad, or so says / Stephen Cave in The Atlantic.
Women were fully engaged in these protests, as demonstrators rejected past divisions such as between Islamist and secular groups.
The national heads of Germany's Roman Catholic and Protestant churches have condemned Markus Söder's cross edict.
The Supreme Court majority opinion focused on how a Colorado commission handled the case—leaving open several larger questions.
The statement of faith is the latest sign that the organization has shifted away from its ecumenical roots toward a more narrow evangelical identity.
The referendum removing a restrictive consitutional clause was seen a gain for women’s empowerment—and another step toward social liberalization in Catholic Ireland.
While still one of the largest seminaries in the U.S., Fuller has faced declining enrollment.
Wingeier-Rayo is a fourth-generation missionary, having spent 15 years in Cuba, Mexico, Nicaragua, and the Rio Grande Valley.
The school's board of directors praised her “exceptional background in pedagogy.”
The American Academy of Religion is committed to helping its members face an uncertain field, the leaders said.
The scholar of religion and culture will become president in September.