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The Gay Catholic Writer Who Changed My LifeSubscriber Access Only
Eve Tushnet taught me that living without sex doesn’t mean living without love.
Do-It-Yourself Church Unity
Healing the fractured body of Christ isn’t just for theologians to figure out.
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A History of Faith and Flatulence
Terry Lindvall leads a tour of irreverent poems, bathroom jokes, and other running gags of religious satire.
What’s So Dangerous About Grace?
Biblical scholar John Barclay explains why Paul shocked his religious peers—and reminds us how radical the gospel really is.
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Marilynne Robinson’s Celebration of Humanity Is Brilliant but Incomplete
Insights from some of her heroes, like John Calvin and the Puritans, would help round out the picture.
My Top 5 Books on Homosexuality
Why Can't Men Be Friends?
Men and women alike increasingly say they are lonely. It doesn't have to be this way.
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Unidad de la iglesia al estilo casero
Sanar el cuerpo fracturado de Cristo no es para que lo resuelvan solamente los teólogos.
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Nadia Bolz-Weber’s Gospel of Shame-Free Sexuality
We can't defeat shame by whittling down God's law to fit our behavior. We need the good news of God's forgiveness instead.
Why Personal Devotions Aren’t Enough
The Bible was made to be read in church first.
Giving Thanks for GratitudeSubscriber Access Only
Peter Leithart explores the history of a virtue with revolutionary social potential.
Decir adiós para siempre
Cómo decir adiós como si nuestros cuerpos importaran.
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Kevin Vanhoozer, Drama King
The theologian's career has been about helping Christians play their part in the great divine story.
¿Qué es tan peligroso sobre la gracia?
El erudito de la Biblia, John Barclay, explica la razón por la cual Pablo dejó estupefactos a sus colegas religiosos—y nos recuerda lo radical que el evangelio realmente es.
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Remember the Future
Advent reminds us we've already seen it.
What It Feels Like to Be a Christian
Francis Spufford describes to outsiders where we're coming from.
Following Our Names AroundSubscriber Access Only
Sometimes it feels like we're hiding our true selves behind a name -- or a title, an office, a position, a reputation -- that masks what we're really like.
Henri Nouwen’s Weakness Was His StrengthSubscriber Access Only
How a gifted, high-achieving spiritual guide learned to share his wounds with others.
The God Who Cannot Suffer Suffered
How the paradox comforts us in our own pain.
I Once Was Blind But Now... I’m Still Blind
Discovering hope and healing for fallible followers through Jesus’ faithfulness in the Gospel of Mark.

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Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
Have Yourself a Bittersweet Easter
A typical Holy Week is out of reach this year. That's cause for lament—and celebration.

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