Our political discourse features strong convictions about moral obligations—and widespread uncertainty about where they come from.
When we give something up, we realize that its goodness doesn't depend on our ownership of it.
Isaiah 55 gives voice to the longing we can't quite name.
In the Eastern church's art, Christ arises triumphantly and magnificently—but not alone.
From the wise men to the wedding at Cana, joy comes from recognizing and affirming the good.
The church at Corinth had many problems. Some simple kindness would have helped.
The Magnificat rejoices in a God who acts within human history.
The faith-infused southern fiction of Tim Gautreaux, Robert Olen Butler, and Jamie Quatro
Muslims and Christians can live peacefully together. I've seen it.
Forget the tower. The problem is that everyone "had the same words."
Peyote use has been defended with religious liberty arguments. So has Bible reading in public schools.
As the Reformation's 500th anniversary nears, Christians are contending with Luther's violently anti-Jewish writings.
Oddly, the less people know about something the harder it is to tell them about it.
The religious world we know was formed between 250 and 50 B.C.E.
With the critical knife of a theology of the cross, Jens sought to cut through modern fogs of religiosity.