Being religious is not about following rules. It's more like dancing.
She died resisting the Nazis. Her critique of Christians in society still resonates today.
Coakley's kind of theology requires more than claims. It needs prayer.
For a long time, Luther's hometown lay forgotten.
It’s dangerous to trust God in the face of suffering. It’s more dangerous not to.
In Athens, the apostle bears witness—and doesn't try to be cool.
At Cana, Jesus asks Mary, "What is this to me and to you?" It is very important that the church hear this question.
Does the use of drones meet just war criteria? That depends on how you define your terms.
I used to lead activities like the "Privilege Walk" and "Cross the Line." I couldn't shake the feeling that they were not taking us very far.
The church I dream of goes out onto the field of battle—not to kill and maim on either side's behalf, but to bind up wounds.
People do not float through life in the bubble that is their skin. We are grounded, dependent beings that live through the lives and deaths of others.
We are instructed to love our enemies—not necessarily to forgive them.
Setting the agenda for ecumenism
What actually happened in the encounter between Western missionaries and non-Christian peoples?