Foot washing expresses John’s vision of communion.
Theologian Shane Clifton rethinks virtue ethics from his wheelchair.
“If to get a good message you need to make Judaism look bad, then you don’t have a good message.”
We recognize ourselves in those who accompany Jesus on that longest, hardest night.
Nadia denies that her journey is about morality, but it is.
An ELCA bishop apologized for sexist comments he made—without claiming that they were out of character.
How my attraction to other religions deepened my love of my own
William Pitts examines the era when the Social Gospel was new—and controversial.
Womanist theology proclaims a future beyond the strongholds of racism, sexism, and injustice.
Are we the gardener? Or the fig tree?
Marie Kondo works to restore right relationships between humans and objects.
The No More Deaths volunteers were imitating the logic of the incarnation.
According to Reformation scholar Jason Mahn, the birth of Christendom was a sort of Fall.
Growing up, I never heard a word about God laughing, joking, or doing anything for fun.
Can Christianity make universal claims without being exclusivist?