When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was shocked to find I had no paid leave or legal job protection.
My dad, Bill Hamilton, was a beloved divinity school professor. That all changed when God died and we got run out of town.
The legacy of 1960s radical theology
There will always be people like her, who are willing to tell the truth that life is choice.
Your body is not a public domain.
What’s missing from the debate is the wisdom of first-hand experience.
Sometimes vocation springs not from joy but from trauma and grief.
I told the truth about her but not the whole truth.
I’ve preached more than 800 funeral sermons. Many of these deaths have marked me.
My task at funerals is to share the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
One can imagine an anti-abortion politics that started with economic solidarity or righteous fury at male sexual license. But the thought experiment only demonstrates its own absurdity.
School districts and legislatures aren’t just challenging textbooks and curricula. They’re challenging feelings.
I have found joy reusing, recycling, and repairing clothing.
The painter’s Exodus calls to mind the Passover, the Shoah, Ukraine, and the southern border.
The Biden administration has reversed Trump’s rhetoric around migrants but not all of his policies.