I had the recent pleasure of seeing Max McLean's deliciously wicked portrayal of Screwtape in The Screwtape Letters currently playing at the Westside Theater in New York City. By employing some sound and lighting effects, this production gave a contemporary spin on C.S. Lewis' classic tale of a quest to slowly guide a man into hell.
Arizona's Questionable Track Record on Race: MLK Day, Banning Ethnic Studies, and Regulating Accents
It wasn't that long ago that the state of Arizona did not recognize, in fact went out of its way to criticize, the celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Yesterday I heard one of the best Mother's Day sermons I can remember. It was by the pastor at our family's church, Rev. Jeff Haggray of First Baptist Church in Washington, D.C.
Last month, at the height of the media coverage of the most recent sex abuse crisis, Father Francis Clooney, a professor at Harvard Divinity School and Director of the Center for the Study of Wor
"When we met the young lady in Nogales, the daddy in me wanted to take her to a safe place.
After Glenn Beck said "social justice is a perversion of the gospel" and a "code" for Marxism, communism, and Nazism, I invited him to a public dialogue to discuss the true meaning of social justic
I'm in Kenya with a group of about 150 emerging leaders from across East and South Africa.
In the 1990s, I taught history and theology at an evangelical college, a place where the students were serious young Christians.
[Read more of this blog conversation in response to the Sojourners article "http://www.sojo.net/index.cfm?action=magazine.article&issu
It'd be nice if enacting a law would solve the problem, wouldn't it?