In 2003, a group of theologically minded graduate students collaborated to form the first online …
The unlikely route to joy involves entering the stories of suffering that have marked our lives.
The poet Donald Paris writes about his father.
Stephen Long’s Saving Karl Barth demonstrates how theological friendship might begin to heal a five-hundred-year division in the church.
With the help of Søren Kierkegaard, Dean Dettloff explores how traumatic experience alienates us from ourselves, our world, and our faith—and yet gets resolved through the wondrous renewal of life itself.
Two women whose strategies for living a meaningful life conflict vie for ownership of an antique family barn.
Reggie Williams’s Bonhoeffer’s Black Jesus is a timely work for both Bonhoeffer studies and theological engagement in general.
The roaring seas of the apocalypse are displacing millions of global refugees.
She rode out to sea at the wheel of the rented boat, her hair wild in the wind.