The roller coaster, the marathon, and the deep end
Not just suffering
In Luke’s postresurrection appearances, the disciples have to reckon with the traumatic somatic.
She was the C. S. Lewis of her time.
We read, forget, and are formed anyway.
The Trump administration and public opinion are moving in opposite directions.
How we stopped seeing a destitute “them” and started seeing wicket keepers and off spinners.
In Once Upon a Time...in Hollywood, the director delights in both cinema and blood.
Conversion narratives raise a question: Why does it take so much to get there?
Jesus is talking to two different audiences.
Linn Marie Tonstad summarizes a far more interesting conversation about sex and gender than the one I grew up with.
F. S. Naiden's biography weaves Alexander's religious proclivities into his well-known martial exploits.
People already engaged in conversations about racial justice may find Ibram Kendi's analysis surprising.
In Patrick Coleman’s novel, people hurt others with drugs, dollars, and/or Jesus.