What Can I Say?
When I realized my prayer life needed more than resolve, I began to pray about praying.
Why You Don’t Have to Cheer Up
Great mourners can be great rejoicers.
Teaching a Tombstone to Talk
Battlefield Journalism
Obituary: F. F. Bruce
Listening to the Fifth Gospel
The sun-baked ruins of the Holy Land have a story to tell.
America’s Anabaptists: What They Believe
The Bible Comes in from the Cold
TBN: Growth Has Bred Criticism
Frederick Buechner’s Sacred Journey
How one writer and minister has made a career of telling others about moments of holy insight.
Adjusting Theology in the Shadow of Auschwitz
Does the Holocaust change the context for Christian evangelization of the Jews?
Distress Signals
Sometimes the moaning of a worn-out soul is the only language we can use to talk to God. He understands .
Back to the Fathers
Every tum in Thomas Oden's theology took him further left, until he came face to face with Augustine and Wesley.
Lean, Green, & Meaningless
Current definitions of spirituality are long on deep breathing and Mongolian chanting, but short on authentic biblical faith .
Spirit in the Skyways
I’m Afraid, You’re Afraid
Hymn to the Polar Bear
The Independence Myth
Only our soul friends can show us the ecology of evil within us.

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