Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and Ben Carson understood evangelical anxieties and played to them. But the strategy backfired.
Antiblackness is outrageous, but it does not have the last word.
Divisions mark our society—and our churches. What could possibly bring us together?
In Genesis, God separates the dry land from the sea. But God also makes marshes, estuaries, and coral reefs.
What would the global church look like if we all honored our ancestors as members of the communion of saints?
The annual ArtPrize competition in Grand Rapids brings artwork—and artists—into places of worship.
"Should it be legal?" has not been serving us well.
If you weren't looking for it, you might have missed her act of resistance at Trump's inauguration.
As the years passed, Graham’s list of doctrinal dealbreakers got shorter. He kept preaching his simple, nonsectarian call to faith.
A good joke can reveal the distance between what is and what should be.
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.