The National Memorial for Peace and Justice represents a watershed moment in the idea and practice of what a public memorial can be.
Cheap resistance is like cheap grace. It risks very little.
We embrace uninitiated visitors, rowdy children, and blue jeans. Why not tears?
He came to our community meal for years before I realized that I was asking something of him, too.
We went on with four performers instead of 10. It was invigorating.
The GOP congressman has sent nearly 12,000 letters to Americans whose loved ones died in the war he voted to authorize.
The league—and many fans—treat them as cogs without agency.
When Sean O'Callaghan joined the IRA, nationalism was his religion. Later he saw how it poisoned his soul.
Ernst Toller is not so different from the male anti-heroes at the heart of Paul Schrader's earlier, more sensational films.
Put your ear to the ground. You will not detect a single note of good news in the story of Herod, Herodias, and John.
The final lesson in Discipleship 101: learning to fall
William Abraham's theological affirmations of faith are shadowed by a persistent question: Why don't they work?
J. D. Daniels writes beautiful letters to no one. They aren't for everyone.
If old age is another country, three novelists are exploring not just the peaks and valleys but also the rough places in between.
As Chinese communism turned to violence, Zhao turned to Christ. Lian Xi tells her story in memorable fashion.
What brought down the Roman Empire? Kyle Harper says it was plague and cold climate.
Dozens of Palestinians have been killed by Israeli soldiers along the border. Ordinary people are trying to stay connected to friends on the other side.
Firing him as seminary president is the most dramatic example of the #MeToo movement pervading the top reaches of the Southern Baptist Convention.
The test case was another step toward holding the church to account for a global abuse crisis.
The day after the embassy move was the anniversary of Israel's founding—a day Palestinians call the catastrophe, when hundreds of thousands of Palestinians fled or were expelled from their homes.
A group of Baltimore congregations is connecting with black farmers to promote healthy eating and economic empowerment.
The Episcopal presiding bishop wove in references to Teilhard de Chardin, Martin Luther King Jr., and the composers of African American spirituals.
Borgdorff was also the first executive director of the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
As general secretary of the Reformed Church in America, he led his denomination in standing against apartheid.