A bonus interview with the New York Times columnist becomes a window into his mind and heart.
On sensitive moral and theological matters, the “New York Times” columnist is ready to share his thinking. But not completely.
“Jesus did not teach that God’s wrath burns against us but that God loves us,” says theologian Tony Jones. He argues that the traditional Christian view of atonement was largely a medieval invention.
A core argument among the law’s defenders is that there is already a federal RFRA and 19 other states have a law exactly like the Indiana’s. But similar is not same.
The holy hashtags are already starting to trickle onto social media and you can expect a flood when the weekend arrives. How should we think about encountering God in a time when the sacredest days transform into trending topics?
Bestselling author Lauren Winner explores provocative and often overlooked metaphors for God, such as a laboring woman and the “one who smells.”
Ridley Scott said he couldn’t make a film starring “Mohammad so-and-so from such-and-such.” But when his adaptation of “Killing Jesus” debuts this week, a Lebanese-born Muslim will star as Jesus.
New York Times columnist David Brooks called Christian Wiman’s “My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer” the “best modern book on belief.” Here Wiman shares how people of faith can begin accessing the spiritual power of poetry even if, at first, they “just don’t get it.”
Her books have sold nearly a million copies, and she speaks to tens of thousands annually. Now this Christian author is talking openly about her quiet battle with breast cancer.