“I was a child who loved to read. But I didn’t see a lot of characters that looked like me.”
What it has it must freely give away.
He was among the first to ask, What is religion for a people birthed in the cradle of chattel slavery?
How do you see the face we cannot see?
TPS is a short-term solution to an enduring problem rooted in centuries of Haitian history.
Lying in bed and listening, I heard devotion. And creativity. And mystery.
Tigray, in northern Ethiopia, is in turmoil.
The prophet Isaiah sings an eschatological melody.
The story of two grieving and economically insecure women is the hinge of the entire covenant history.
Like all of her work, her posthumous book is warm, wise, and intimate.
The world sees Black girls as dangerous. Morris shows them that they are scholars.
Poet Peter Cooley logs the year following his wife’s death with courage and brutal honesty.
The German sociologist’s theory of “resonance” offers an alternative: deceleration.
The bold visions of the grandfather of liberation theology
Bruce Chilton moves Herod the Great and Herod Antipas from backdrop to center stage.
Shoutin’ in the Fire is a testimony to Black liberation and love.
How can a people paralyzed by facing its history move forward?
Readers will relish the collected thoughts of Arthur Green, a historian and practitioner at the top of his powers.
Karl Barth’s affair with Charlotte von Kirschbaum wasn’t the only major conflict behind his theology
Christiane Tietz explores them all in the first full-length biography since Eberhard Busch’s in 1976.
Five new books about the practice of ministry after our recent calamities
Five new books about myths and narratives that shape religion in the United States
Five new books about Luke and Acts
Five new books about the lives and faith of Christians around the world
Swiv isn’t an unreliable narrator, but she’s living in a world that feels unreliable.
Hawa Hassan and Julia Turshen offer a rare thing: an English-language cookbook of African food that isn’t from Ethiopia.
No Cure for Being Human offers a model for negotiating suffering with honesty.