Living into the desired new creation is our work—and God’s promise.
Amid pandemic and protest, will we turn to each other and live?
The protests confront us with a difficult question.
Matthew Wilcoxen traces the idea from Augustine through Katherine Sonderegger.
Cultivating a shared Christian imagination
The music gets people in the door. Yolanda Norton’s preaching might be what sticks to their bones.
The questions that plunge me into a cloud of unknowing most often come from my Sunday school students.
Last week in Louisville, I went to church.
I know one thing: there is holiness.
It takes more than isolation to make us into contemplatives.
The parable of the widow and the unjust judge might give us a radical look at the face of God.
Being open to changes of mind and heart is a necessary first step.
Early on, I got caught up in the logic of the Spirit—and in the steady beat of black life.
Phillip Cary locates the heart of Protestantism in the gospel promise it reveals.
When people’s value is reduced to their economic contributions, they are dehumanized.