As my father was dying, I saw God’s radiant face more clearly.
I was a United Methodist pastor. He was a campus minister with Cru.
My queer IQ was low. I decided to show up anyway.
In the life of early Israel, Gottwald found a God of economic justice.
Doing church on social media is not like standing in the public square. It’s more like putting ourselves under a form of sovereignty.
A failed high school science experiment increased my empathy for those who can’t sleep.
Social media platforms are damaging democracy, and it’s not primarily about what speech they do or don’t moderate.
My conversation partner may have been a prophet—or a quack. My job was simply to listen.
In the absence of strong political leadership, someone has to fill the void.
God never intended for Elijah to carry the full weight of challenging the halls of power.
We are not the first to face complex global crises and wonder, “How can we possibly come back from this?”
Eyal Press looks inside the daily lives of prison workers, drone warriors, and meatpackers.
A truly Catholic university, says James Heft, steers a course between secularization and insularity.
Cavan Concannon believes that the apostle’s writings belong in the latrine.
Andrew Pettegree and Arthur der Weduwen try in their impressive but Eurocentric volume.