We know how to wield a sword, but nobody taught us how to cultivate a field.
After Whiteness is urgent reading for any institution that purports to care about God and race.
Five books that introduce new voices to the conversation
The theologian starts by recognizing that we know enough to live fully in response to God’s grace.
They both resist easy answers to the problem of suffering.
It’s written in our flesh and rehearsed throughout history.
David Opderbeck’s book about theology, the law, and how we engage with both
Evagrius Pontus and Howard Thurman knew God as simultaneously far and near.
Even stones are constantly being transformed.
Theology was not optional for me as a child. It was a matter of life or death.
Discovering the limits—and possibilities—of common prayer via Zoom
Protesting in Jesus’ name is an outward act that yields inner transformation.
In Kyle Lambelet’s view, SOA Watch demonstrates the virtues of a messianic politics.
The question “what are we for?” takes on new meaning these days.
When it comes to racism, we’re failing it too.