In the Hebrew Bible, God’s love is maternal.
Several church bodies have adopted prolabor statements. The actions of their affiliated schools often tell another story.
Bethany Sollereder explores different approaches to understanding suffering—and enacts one.
Is it the baby or the bathwater?
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
My task at funerals is to share the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus.
“God’s social location is nowhere near women or Black people. I had to start looking for an image of the Divine that can speak to that.”
The social psychologist went on a revolutionary pilgrimage in search of the sacred Black feminine.
Cowardly politicians sacrifice the helpless upon it.
38 scholars weigh in on Reinhold Niebuhr’s life and times, his allies and adversaries, his theology and ethics
Debra Rienstra urges Christians to create spaces of transition and new growth wherever we are.
When illness took over my life, I developed a new understanding of the Eucharist.
If we take the doctrine seriously, then we dare not draw the circle of salvation along religious lines. Or any lines at all.