Anthony D. Baker observes the limits of eschatology in the twentieth century’s two greatest preachers.
Kimberly Humphrey ponders her husband’s name change and the difference marriage makes for discipleship.
After detailing the factual evidence, Kenneth Surin argues that the demands of truth and justice require Israel’s dispossession of the Palestinian people to be halted.
In the Eucharist we have a material practice that makes of us a social body, implicating all our eating and overeating.
Zachary Thomas Settle: Feeling for Justice: Season 5, Episode 12 Last night’s Breaking Bad episode, “Rabid Dog,” picks up right where the previous episode left off: with Jesse dousing Walt’s house in gasoline. This episode, though, begins with Walt’s perspective, and we watch in eager anticipation as he frantically searches for Jesse. The most interesting […]
Christian Peacemaker Teams is an organization committed to building partnerships to transform violence and oppression.
John Totten explores the perceptions of one of the greatest American rock bands, and why they might be evil – but for different reasons than people may think.
The universalism debate has been kicked up a bit again, at least in my corner of the ‘interweb’. Responding to Lauren Winner’s essay on Rob Bell in the New York Times Book Review, Jamie Smith questions the “hope” and “imagination” of popular universalists (see also Paul Griffiths response to the same article). Kicking the universalist […]
The value of football is found not in fame and fortune, but rather in the potential it provides for cultivating moral and athletic excellence.