As I marched alongside sisters, mothers, and daughters, I remembered how my religious upbringing robbed me of my ability to love.
Politics & Society
Judith Schwartz and Michael E. Webber each call attention to the challenges facing the water over which the Spirit broods.
No president knew the literature and religion of America better—not even Lincoln.
Trump isn’t Hitler. Still, the Confessing Church models how we might respond to the new president.
There is a danger in responding to a film like Hidden Figures by congratulating ourselves on how far we’ve come.
“We live differently than we say we live. There’s moral judgment all around.”
Anyone with a complicated life and family—all of us—will find a home in Susan Silverman’s story.
There’s a time for reconciliation, for prayers for unity and healing. This is not such an hour.
Niebuhr’s political realism won, but it’s King’s radical politics that we need in this neoliberal, neofascist era.
Under Mussolini, Christian soldiers obeyed orders to target the Ethiopian church.