Editor-in-Chief Zac Settle reviews the latest Christological contributions from Rowan Williams and Paul DeHart.
Justin Phillips reflects on writing about the formative communities of his life—white, southern, evangelical—and on trying to live faithfully and speak prophetically in the context of his upbringing.
John Wayne, Jesus Christ, and the Question of Evangelicalism: An Interview with Kristin Kobes Du Mez
Justin Phillips and Zac Thomas Settle interview Kristin Kobes Du Mez about her book, Jesus and John Wayne.
Zachary Thomas Settle brings Paul Griffith’s Christian Flesh into conversation with Natalie Carnes’ Motherhood.
Devin Singh discusses the God in our wallets.
The Other Journal sits down with Thomas Nail to discuss his latest book, The Figure of the Migrant.
Reggie Williams’s Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus is a timely work for both Bonhoeffer studies and theological engagement in general.
Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s recent film, The Stanford Prison Experiment, is itself a theological, cinematic experiment.
Recently, The Other Journal was invited to attend the Sundance Film Festival with Into the Noise, a nonprofit that travels to large festivals like Sundance to explore the cultural and spiritual stories that are being shared by our world’s most creative thinkers and creators. Their goal is to approach each festival communally, thoughtfully, and theologically, to […]