You may not recognize Robert Lentz's name, but you probably know the work of his hands.
From Orange City, Iowa, to York, Nebraska, and across the Midwest, young organizers are cultivating hope in rural places.
When the economic floor drops for everyone, it drops even lower for women.
Can a vote outlaw equal protection under the law? The Court seems to think so.
A lot of problems stem from people lacking the courage to follow their moral core.
In everything he did, Glen sought to bring Christian ethics to public life.
At film festivals, because we're all living together for a few days, people let their guard down.
"See," we tell ourselves, "we were so good once. How bad could we really be?"
From the Psalms to the Cloud: Connecting to the Digital Age. Pilgrim Press.
The Book of Forgiving: The Fourfold Path for Healing Ourselves and Our World. HarperOne.
Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart. IVP Books.
“Did Jesus Pray to Allah?” (by Ryan McAnnally-Linz and Miroslav Volf, May 2014) was a bit of a stretch in an effort to make a good point. It’s like putting a single bed sheet on a double bed.
I consider the moonflower: / how the big spent blooms look like / three linen tea towels rinsed and wrung out
I enjoy comparative theology, but I have a hard time with your cover article (“Did Jesus Pray to Allah?”). First off, I think the article was disingenuously titled.
David Gushee’s “In the Name of Security” (April 2014) is an outstanding article.
Katerina Friesen, a seminary student, knows the labor of love of land-based ministry.
Reading “Did Jesus Pray to Allah?” made me think about the millions of Spanish-speaking Christians who invoke the name of Allah by using the Spanish word ojalá, and Portuguese-speakers who use oxalá
Catholic social teaching's influence on various organizations.