Talking with five former LDS members who left to go to seminary
Life of Faith
Michael O’Loughlin paints a vivid portrait of the complex, compassionate, and sometimes daring ways individual Catholics responded.
With the world as they knew it gone, the characters remake the world from the resources they carry inside them.
Chamath Palihapitiya’s question is worth taking seriously.
We may feel compassion in our guts, but we learn it by practicing empathic solidarity.
Christianity is not only about pain and death. It’s about life and joy.
Thomas Gaulke constructs a “belief-fluid” theology of hope.
Have you heard the one about the priest, the minister, and the rabbi?
Tyler Mayfield offers a fresh look at Cain, Ishmael, and Esau.
In Luke’s Gospel, Jesus—like Moses and Elijah—is a figure of departure.
Karla F. C. Holloway offers one from Sanskrit: vilomah.
Patrick Henry’s vision of monasticism is not a fleeing ark, but a marsh teeming with life.
The Spirit’s presence often feels like winter’s dry wind.
It’s a terrible fact that we have so many opportunities to love our enemies.
How do I teach my children to care for an ailing world?