Joel Kiekintveld suggests open arms and shared space as a tough remedy for our cultural and political divides.
Jordan Baker suggests that Augustine’s philosophy of time can teach Christians how to engage science.
Christian worship is the unique context, space, and practice through which the gifts of healing, forgiveness, and reconciliation are received and embraced.
Christians are called to be present with our neighbors in times of violence, but such presence requires more than a nod to solidarity or a word of encouragement here or there—being present requires repenting of our past failures of witness and allowing that repentance to shape us.
Dan Rhodes talks to Chris Rice about the catastrophic failures, flashes of redemption, and possibilities for hope in a world of pain and conflict.
I was going to do my best to ignore the latest package of excrement labeled “American comedy”… the “film” called Couples Retreat. But then The Onion made it worth mentioning, by taking this opportunity to speak out more truthfully than any other film-review source on the sorry state of big-screen comedy in America. Vince Vaughn […]
Racial reconciliation and the parable of the Good Samaritan are both centered on rightly defining who owns what.
Willie Jennings discusses the racial disfigurement of the Christian social imagination and how its heritage continues to plague our view of people and the world.
A reflection on the beauty of creation and redemption in the impoverished, agriculturally scarred towns along the Dominican Repulic and Haitian border.