Christians have an opportunity to transform a faith that has fueled genocide, slavery, war, and kleptocracy.
Presbyterian border ministry in Douglas, Arizona, and Agua Prieta, Sonora
Those of us who worked with him sometimes suspected he had cloned himself.
A response to Will Willimon and Stanley Hauerwas
Pastors coping with the pandemic need our encouragement, not our carping.
“How does a political gesture become a moment of prayer?”
Visiting Temple Mishkan Israel
Congress may finally be poised to do something, though not enough.
We are invited to bring the rich resources of our senses and imaginations into the realm of faith.
Mythic Quest and Call My Agent have me feeling nostalgic for annoying colleagues and pointless meetings.
I regularly pray for things that are unlikely to come about quickly, if at all.
Does a good woman give and give and give without thought to her own well-being?
Sludge, sludge everywhere
Cass Sunstein explores the things that waste our precious time.
Do millennials bring something new to leadership?
Three authors, one Jewish, one Muslim, and one Christian, place their hope firmly in a new generation—again.
What if forgiveness were unthinkable?
Paul Kahn’s memoir of his family is a cautionary mirror for our cultural moment.
A male scholar looks at the Bible’s women
According to James McGrath, unless Jesus was able to learn from others, he wasn’t truly human.