The bold visions of the grandfather of liberation theology
What it has it must freely give away.
How can a people paralyzed by facing its history move forward?
Karl Barth’s affair with Charlotte von Kirschbaum wasn’t the only major conflict behind his theology
Christiane Tietz explores them all in the first full-length biography since Eberhard Busch’s in 1976.
Five new books about the practice of ministry after our recent calamities
It’s possible he created more problems than he solved.
He was among the first to ask, What is religion for a people birthed in the cradle of chattel slavery?
“Yearning for life is a part of what it means to be human.”
Maybe the grace experienced in the sacrament precedes belief.
All plans feel like grass withering in the sun these days.
Reading and preaching Hebrews without supersessionism
Five ideas for treating the greater disease
Christians have an opportunity to transform a faith that has fueled genocide, slavery, war, and kleptocracy.
A response to Will Willimon and Stanley Hauerwas
Two new monographs provide religious entry points into the political philosopher’s thought.