If Hosea is a factual account, it’s horrific. If it’s an allegory, it’s still horrific.
I wonder whether Martha could feel cared for by Jesus.
Zaccheus doesn't mind the indignity of scrambling up a tree, as long as he’s on top.
The prophets God sends among us are often vilified, distorted, and silenced.
Elisabeth Schüssler Fiorenza wants us to reform our collective subconscious.
At last the protests fade away and we come to seven little splashes in the Jordan river.
No one who [fill in the blank] is fit for the kingdom. Ouch.
God never intended for Elijah to carry the full weight of challenging the halls of power.
Cavan Concannon believes that the apostle’s writings belong in the latrine.
In the life of early Israel, Gottwald found a God of economic justice.
We are not the first to face complex global crises and wonder, “How can we possibly come back from this?”
Four new books about the women of Hebrew scripture
The Spirit-driven tendency to undermine barriers goes all the way back to Peter and Paul.
The irony of banning a book about how we can’t escape our history.
I want to know why grace was extended to the Philippian jailer but not the slave.