Can Christianity make universal claims without being exclusivist?
Essays that consider the natural order as God's creation—in a way scientists might recognize.
Craig Carter's book makes good points—and undermines them with his use of polemic.
Until 1565, the local church was also the seminary.
Ben Myers is a great teacher. His book left me fascinated not with him but with God.
In God's future, nothing is wasted.
On the cross, Jesus needed actual water. No one gave him any.
My son’s death did not evoke in me an interest in the problem of suffering.
Sanneh was a rigorous polymath who cared about not only theoretical work but the everyday lives of those who believe.
“Religious vocation sits very uneasily with individual self-advancement.”
Government enjoys no special immunity from moral judgment, argues Jason Brennan.
For some reason, I couldn’t find the holy in the holy rocks everyone else was venerating.
James Carroll tells a story of faith, reason, and freedom.
Deanna Thompson's book about cancer takes us where we don't want to go but must.