Sometimes anger is a window into what needs to be mended and healed.
Jesus obliterates our internal ledgers and points us to repentance.
“If the gospel isn’t good news to the women in the passage, is it still good news?”
Is the fox cunning and clever, or is it wily and untrustworthy?
How teachers are helping students accept science without losing their religion
How a rare books collection in Cairo expanded into a center for scholarship and interfaith conversation
The wilderness can be a frightening landscape that whispers from the shadows, “You’re all alone.”
Some years the message of Ash Wednesday feels more tender than others.
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.
It’s a terrible fact that we have so many opportunities to love our enemies.
In Matthew, the Lord’s Prayer is a prayer for enemies.
There’s just one oak left at Mamre.
Luke’s Beatitudes call us to live in the tension of a cross-shaped life.
The disciples focused on what they could control: the state of their nets.