The gap in the lectionary’s account of the return of the Ark of the Covenant echoes a pattern we have seen too often in our country.
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We need structural change. We also need to be willing to be personally undone.
Early-20th-century European and North American missionaries grew concerned about it—but never in their own churches.
The Bible provided some healthy agitation as we built coalitions to literally set the captives free.
A two-state solution seems as far off as ever. It’s also the only viable way forward.
Biblical scholar Tony Keddie shows how the conservative movement enlisted the Bible to help its cause.
“Breath is how I bring myself back to God. My breath is my sacred word.”
Two new books on praying, caring, and acting for the earth
In Tacoma, Minneapolis, and elsewhere, people without housing have taken over buildings.
In Latin America, faith and politics are being disentangled.
They’re acts of harm against living, breathing people.
Andrea Ciponte has found an ideal genre for telling the Scholl siblings’ story.
Raised on a farm, scientist Hope Jahren offers clear, concise, and credible explanations.
What happens when a genre series is detached from its White colonialist context?
We are disguising our collective wounds instead of treating them.