Christina Lee Barnes draws inspiration from a Los Angeles folk-art landmark.
Mary McCampbell develops a more robust theology of creation care after visiting Douglas Coupland’s Vortex exhibit in the Vancouver Aquarium.
Lyle Enright realizes that creative theology begins on a plate of sushi.
Jessica Tezen reflects on the pulpit as a sign of power.
Tomi Oredein offers her take on some of the beautiful ways we are human.
Mark Wyatt has been photographing unfamous people wherever he goes since 1980.
Taylor Ross considers how the recent unmasking of Elena Ferrante reveals a fundamental misunderstanding of language and literature.
Childhood trauma severely limits one’s imagination of the self and the world, causing victims to define themselves by their past experiences. Central to the healing process is a restructuring of one’s imagination of self and the world. In her book Trauma and Recovery, the psychiatrist Judith Herman describes hope as the final stage of recovery […]
The blog Faith and Theology asks, “What is the opposite of faith?” Let’s start with the Protestant no-no: works. We are justified, put right with God not by works but by faith, faith alone – sola fide – isn’t that, as Luther put it, the doctrine by which the church stands or falls? And wouldn’t […]