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.
Her radical final words confounded me for years.
Munther Isaac’s critique of the Israeli government is perfectly fair. But why does he also need to critique Judaism?
The Greek word for faith, pistis, isn’t about assenting to beliefs. It’s about trust.
Peter Hooten considers the concept in relationship to the theologian’s entire body of work.
A growing number of Christians are embracing natural burial practices.
The good news about collective and institutional sin is that, like individual sin, it can be redeemed.
They use Pharaoh’s tools to dismantle oppression.
Before you had a human parent, you had a perfect one.
Imagine God asking that question. You’ll get an insight into God’s heart.
It’s difficult to study the phylogenetic tree and still feel lonely.
Then I had to learn to love God.
Early-20th-century European and North American missionaries grew concerned about it—but never in their own churches.