What happens when Samuel reads his people the fine print?
When words fail, the church sings—especially on Trinity Sunday.
Four new books about biblical texts and their reception
Maybe we should see Pentecost as a celebration of land and labor in which the Holy Spirt is made known.
Jesus’ high priestly prayer is a call to a new kind of knowing and loving.
What we see reminds us of what we miss, and vice versa.
What would the insurance-mandated boundary trainings that I’ve attended make of Jesus’ intimacy with his disciples?
The vine branch doesn’t put “make grapes” on its to-do list. It just makes them.
A conversation with pastor and activist Jesse Jackson about his civil rights work with Martin Luther King Jr., his current activism, Nelson Mandela, and more
Brent Strawn aims to debunk mistruths that come from biblical illiteracy and anti-Semitism.
“Jesus was preaching to people who were in the middle of the worst farming and fishing crisis yet.”
When I was newly pregnant with my daughter, I thought of myself as the hired hand, her temporary guardian.
An odd, charming gospel account that draws from dozens of sources
In case flesh and bone aren’t enough to convince the disciples, Jesus also asks for dinner.
Thomas gets so overwhelmed by Jesus’ presence that he ends up shelving the autopsy.