New books that are shaping conversations in theology
It may be Easter, but lament comes more readily than alleluia.
Clare Carlisle helps readers struggle with what it means to be human in the world.
What am I to make of your singular desire for milk?
Denys Turner’s essays bridge the gaps that often frustrate us when we read medieval theology.
Samuel Escobar, René Padilla, and other Latin American evangelicals—and how their activism was overshadowed
Anna Madsen’s theological call for taking a stand
It makes me uncomfortable. That’s by design.
The song I was created to live within and become
He faces it.
Wright’s rereading of scripture is brilliant. Too bad he’s so disparaging of other viewpoints.
It is the nature of a creature—or toy, or movie franchise—to outgrow its context and move on.
Stephen Fowl’s fresh approach to the study of idolatry
The Qur’an is not a description of God. It’s a call to conversion.
I wish I’d had Mark Charles and Soong-Chan Rah’s book when I was in college.