We gave our readers a one-word writing prompt: “call.”
“My novel is just one small part of a conversation that can’t be silenced.”
My church has Fort Knox-level safety protocols. Why?
The separate spheres of our lives, and the imagination it takes to forge deeper community
Does a desire for nice things have anything to do with the gospel?
We’re long past the time for gradual changes.
What can we see with the light in our eyes?
How on earth did this happen?
Like a girl jumping double dutch, Jesus has perfect timing.
Here we find Jesus speaking in language both mystical and matter of fact.
Leslie Jamison weaves cultural critique into her memoir about alcohol and creativity.
A memoir about survival and the theological questions it raises
A book of essays offers an array of perspectives for and against.
In her new novel, women in a Mennonite colony plot their own liberation.
The creative retellings in Inspired model an account of inspiration that is as much a spiritual practice as a religious doctrine.
In camps for displaced people in northern Iraq and a home for survivors in Syria, the staccato testimonies, glazed eyes, and malnourished bodies of boys who left Baghouz in recent weeks hint at the depth of their trauma.
Rajan Zed goes by the title of president of the Universal Society of Hinduism. Some other Hindu leaders say they know little about him.
A controversial invocation took place just before the House’s first female Muslim representative was sworn in.
The 12th-century cathedral was already beginning to crumble.
A 21-year-old white man faces hate crimes and arson charges for the church fires, and a white supremacist symbol was spray-painted at the Highlander Center.
“I couldn’t be more pleased,” Smith said about turning over the role of president and CEO of the media ministry to Dalrymple.
Gregory helped navigate the church’s response to the 2002 sexual abuse scandals—including new policies and norms to address it.