A little-known O’Connor story explores the human cost of self-deception.
The separate spheres of our lives, and the imagination it takes to forge deeper community
Like good cooking, good preaching is local, idiosyncratic, and diverse.
Enemies are real. They are also closer to us than we may care to imagine.
How my attraction to other religions deepened my love of my own
Womanist theology proclaims a future beyond the strongholds of racism, sexism, and injustice.
Maybe Christian Realism is the best option we have today.
Can Christianity make universal claims without being exclusivist?
I posed this question to the students in my sexual ethics class.
Anyone who cries “it’s not fair!” is old enough to learn about racial inequality.
On the cross, Jesus needed actual water. No one gave him any.
It’s not our problem. Education can fix it. Only extremists are racist.
The beloved song can contain God’s glory no more than the scripture it’s based on.
The composer sees his music as an interplay between suffering and consolation, loss and hope.
What does maturity look like? Whiteness is a horrific answer to this question.