Before you had a human parent, you had a perfect one.
Imagine God asking that question. You’ll get an insight into God’s heart.
It’s difficult to study the phylogenetic tree and still feel lonely.
Then I had to learn to love God.
Early-20th-century European and North American missionaries grew concerned about it—but never in their own churches.
What my bad sermons made bland, our sanctuary made sweet.
Two new books on praying, caring, and acting for the earth
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?