Its relationship to abortion, however, is complicated.
Caucusing is easy. Church is hard.
Buechner never stopped searching his own life for clues to the presence of God.
Fleeing Ukraine and resettling elsewhere has been difficult—especially for African nationals.
Evolving Faith’s Sarah Bessey and Jeff Chu believe that a person’s deconstruction can’t just be for them.
Our spiritual lives would grow if we could step beyond the false notion that God arranges our circumstances.
Most people won’t commit acts of violence. But anyone could.
Why would we refuse that help?
When seismic shifts unseat us, it’s the ordinary that puts us back together again.
The ELCA is about to gather for a national assembly. There are friends trying to dig through the roof to open a way for those who have been left out.
Fire of Love is an unusual science documentary.
These days it seems there are more and more opportunities for collective lament.
Josephus was tight with the emperor. Guy MacLean Rogers trusts his account anyway.
Brooke Petersen gathers the stories of eight queer Christians who left churches—and found new ones.
Theologian Alison Benders takes an online pilgrimage through our country’s racial history.
Technology can’t give us what we really want, says Andy Crouch.
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