In 1935, Dietrich Bonhoeffer founded an underground seminary of the Confessing Church.
The gospel, peopled with sick folks, mirrors the imperial world.
The veneer of ethics and moral behavior in the public square can be surprisingly thin.
News shapes our perceptions of society. Deception incarcerates us.
Anti-Semitic incidents in schools have more than doubled; our curricula must respond.
Line drawings and sparse prose offer an unusual—but winsome—portal to the holy word.
Tisha M. Rajendra discusses her new book, Migrants and Citizens: Justice and Responsibility in the Ethics of Immigration (Eerdmans).
And Your Daughters Shall Prophesy: Stories from the Byways of American Women and Religion, by Adrian Shirk. Counterpoint Press.
Still Christian: Following Jesus Out of American Evangelicalism, by David P. Gushee. Westminster John Knox Press.
Radical Hope: Letters of Love and Dissent in Dangerous Times, edited by Carolina De Robertis. Vintage Books.
What do we do with works of art made by men who do dark and despicable things?
Theological integrity more than political partisanship must govern churches' response.