Daniel Hawk avoids easy responses to violence in the Bible—but then enters some troubling territory.
We preach the gospel of peace and justice. Are there divides between our words and actions?
This is a story some of us need to hear in a new way.
Jesus is the thief, and the powers of this world own the house in which we’re waiting.
We are trained to see ourselves as the hero.
This is a funny story. We laugh. But we're laughing at ourselves.
It is easy to become weary after another officer-involved shooting of a young black man.
What if, when praying for our daily bread, we had real food in mind?
The most interesting part of "Avengers: Endgame" is the theme of salvation.
This is one of those stories that provokes howls of rage.
Prayer is ministry, and ministry is prayer.
Galatians 3 does not sound like something that could be constrained by pragmatism elsewhere.
Can we behave ourselves into love?