We are disguising our collective wounds instead of treating them.
The verdict of a court is not the final verdict of a society.
Our possessive instinct goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden.
But what about the rest of the barrel?
In Teresa of Avila, I’ve found a guide on this new path.
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What happens when Samuel reads his people the fine print?
When words fail, the church sings—especially on Trinity Sunday.
Andrea Ciponte has found an ideal genre for telling the Scholl siblings’ story.
But it has helped me to survive them.
Raised on a farm, scientist Hope Jahren offers clear, concise, and credible explanations.
The poetic vision of Deluge reconciles Muslim and Christian themes.
The play’s universal themes rest on a Christian eschatological vision.
The lesbian evangelical scholar bravely shared her view of God—in love.
Essays spanning four decades offer a fitting entree into the work of a distinguished scholar.
Akwaeke Emezi’s stunning novel will leave you broken. It will also let the air back into your lungs.
Tales of the Hasidim was an unlikely companion.
We are called to accompany the bodies we love from birth to death and beyond.
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Many of my LGBTQ friends and clergy sisters have disavowed Peterson’s writings. Not I.