Herod was full of bluster and deeply afraid. In his power and riches, he feared that this newborn demand for justice, peace
The foreigners will be sent back to Bethlehem pursuant to the Trump administration's new "Treating Foreigners With Dignity
Next to Mary and Joseph, a fishing boat.
As rigorous debates surround the ethics and oversight of foreign assistance endeavors, one of the more innovative contributions to this important conversation was produced by South Africa's renowned theologian, the late Steve de Gruchy.
God loves all the processes of creation, including climatic processes, as well as all creatures, living and nonliving. If we love God, we should too. The state of the world should give us great pause if we claim to love God.
A new book of Christian sacred sites offers "inspiring models of cohabitation," say the authors.
But some contemporary Christians see it as a metaphor, not a miracle. For John Shelby Spong, a retired Episcopal bishop and
The beloved author Frederick Buechner tells the story about a Christmas pageant a friend of his took part in as the rector of an Episcopal church. Buechner writes:
This year, I've found myself focusing on the words of the songs rather than getting caught up in the emotion of them, and I can't believe what I've been singing all these years.