I might or might not be invited back. Either way, there’s no lasting harm.
When I asked her why, she talked about another role model: Pauli Murray.
Here in Oregon, the consequences of our actions are burning all around us.
My five-year-old parishioner spent the summer going door to door.
When they are, the result can be deadly.
We know how to wield a sword, but nobody taught us how to cultivate a field.
What’s replacing it?
Is our story of struggle also one of faith, hope, and love?
Eight upside-down blessings for a pandemic world
A luminous poetry collection marked by joy and sorrow, humor and truth.
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Begin Again’s call to repentance is, like Baldwin’s own language, substantially Christian.
Has Paul been unfairly judged?
Transcendent Kingdom explores an immigrant neuroscientist’s complicated relationship with evangelical Christianity.
Nine writers tell us about a book they’ve read recently that’s helped them reframe what it means to be a person of faith and a reader right now.
Lenz blends storytelling and critique to explore the role of myths in defining women’s bodies.
Four new books that explore Black Americans’ religious witness
After Whiteness is urgent reading for any institution that purports to care about God and race.
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Everything in Jack is a marvel.
The theologian starts by recognizing that we know enough to live fully in response to God’s grace.
They both resist easy answers to the problem of suffering.
The moral lessons of his humiliation and imprisonment seem fairly limited.