In this interview, the experimental psychologist Richard Beck shares insight from his book Unclean and discusses the ways in which disgust psychology provides confessing Christians with a sobering and instructive reality about the nature of evil.
Miroslav Volf, the Henry B. Wright Professor of Systematic Theology at Yale Divinity School, is a world-renown theologian who combines impeccable scholarship with a deep passion for the church. Shaped by his experience of growing up in a Christian community in communist Yugoslavia, Volf has provided an important, distinct theological voice to many of the […]
An interview between TOJ Editor-in-Chief Chris Keller and the author of GENERATION EX-CHRISTIAN, Drew Dyck.
Brian McLaren has been asking important questions about Christian practice for decades, stirring needed debate within the world of evangelicalism and beyond. His newest book, A New Kind of Christianity, continues McLaren’s project of assessing and reassessing our assumptions concerning the foundations of modern Christian practice by asking ten important questions about the pillars of the Christian faith: narrative, […]
In this interview, Professor Andrew Bacevich discusses American exceptionalism, foreign policy, the irony of American history, and the place of war in U.S. culture.
In this interview, Peter Heltzel talks about his book JESUS AND JUSTICE and what is at stake in telling histories from the voices of the exploited and oppressed.
Here in part three of this interview, Eugene McCarraher talks about, among other things, the Manhattan Declaration, Radical Orthodoxy, and Herbert McCabe.
In part two of this three-part interview, Christian historian and cultural critic Eugene McCarraher reflects on the “Obama Doctrine,” Niebuhrian realism, and the usefulness of maps.
In part one of this three-part interview, Christian historian and cultural critic Eugene McCarraher reflects on a difficult decade and the implications of the Tiger Woods and political scandals that dominated the 2009 news cycle.