In response to the earthquake’s devastation in Haiti, the church must look to its constitutive story—the cross and resurrection of Jesus—in order to speak and act faithfully in solidarity with those who are suffering.
This essay exposes the Christological bankruptcy of theodicy in the modern age, revealing the essential nature of any system of knowledge as being open to epistemological crises, especially with regard to Christianity.
Chris Heuertz describes the role of education in his mission to serve the poor, including the shift in vision that inspired his community of volunteers to serve the poor relationally rather than philanthropically.
In honor of our tenth anniversary, we’re featuring select articles from our archives throughout the spring and summer. Check back each Friday as we republish some of our favorite writing over the years.