When we make sense of suffering, we lose our ability to protest against it.
Langdon Gilkey’s account of his imprisonment during WWII is a study in how humans act under pressure.
The young activist’s words were designed to disturb us and make us see ourselves as we are.
The poetry of Genesis 1 invites us into a sort of palliative care for the earth.
The island is a microcosm of the world’s religions—and of their wars.
Resurrection is where God is—across generations, across circumstances.
Jesus mourns a human existence unconcerned with the needs of the whole.
Two new collections add to the landmark volume The Habit of Being.
Can Christian hope survive the onslaught against black life?
New books that are shaping conversations about practical theology
Darren Dochuk shows how oil and American Christianity have long shaped each other.
The Weil siblings and the dense worlds of their minds
New books that are shaping conversations about American religious history
We asked 11 writers to tell us about a book that opens up space for adults and children to discuss important questions.
Sonia Waters sees pain and trauma at the heart of this particular type of soul sickness.
New books that are shaping discussions about global Christianity
Colson Whitehead dramatizes a horrifying piece of historical reality.
Life in America has been changed by gun culture.
Recent books that are shaping discussions in New Testament studies
The Testaments returns to the world of The Handmaid’s Tale. Is this a good idea?
How early Christians thought about bodies and how we do