Sonja Livingston contemplates junior high, Blondie, and what it means to be saved.
David Kline reflects on the Pentecostal and poetic imagination of the Minneapolis uprisings.
Vincent Lloyd meditates on what the maligned figure of the black father can teach us about God.
Natasha Duquette explores the themes of lament and healing in the poetry of three Canadian women.
Tomi Oredein offers her take on some of the beautiful ways we are human.
Russell Johnson examines what it means to be “of one body” with Timothy McVeigh and the implications this has for self-consciously white theology.
Lauren D. Sawyer addresses the appropriation of black Jesus through the work of James Cone and civil rights era fiction.
In this interview with The Other Journal, Marcia Mount Shoop explores the realities of race, gender, and capitalism as they relate to big-time sports today.
As a black woman, Zumba helps me to take back my body, a body that has been objectified, abused, oppressed, & oversexualized because of its color and shape.