The lesbian evangelical scholar bravely shared her view of God—in love.
Essays spanning four decades offer a fitting entree into the work of a distinguished scholar.
Five new books about ethics in today’s world
Four new books that are shaping theological conversations
Some readers will find Lyndal Roper’s new book unsettling. That might be a good thing.
Poetry that continues the rich literary tradition of angels and offers a new, illuminating perspective
“There’s a group of people outside,” I said through the intercom, “and they’ve raised money for your bail.”
Seeking justice is critical. Is it enough?
Jesus’ high priestly prayer is a call to a new kind of knowing and loving.
Stanley Hauerwas says good theological writing makes the familiar strange.
Salvation is not a place but a way of life.
The first Easter was a wrecked scene of dispirited disciples in the shadows of an insurrection.
Christ harrows hell, and nowhere are we beyond the hand that holds that harrow.
Approaching Holy Week in the wake of a half million COVID-19 deaths
Sometimes sacrifice is an act of love.