The church organizes its life in the wake of absence.
Sometimes the life of abundant love is lonely.
We are divided. We do not abide each other well.
Joshua Jipp's book does something few biblical scholars attempt: it offers explicit proposals for the church.
Some people say they don’t identify as Christian because of what they see, or don’t see, in the church.
There is a chasm between Peter and Jesus that cannot be glossed over.
Peter doesn’t want to suffer. Who does?
The enduring significance of Jesus’ act in John 13 turns on the little preposition to.