Grace as opposed to pleasantness, harm as opposed to discomfort, and a graceful way to hold a church gathering accountable to harm done.
Guest post reminds us that affirmation and love are shallow substitutes for the actual hard work of inclusion.
How churches can help students who might be disillusioned about college because of the Varsity Blues scandal.
A United Methodist News Service commentary offers some divergent views on women and men in the Church.
When a community says they are “inclusive” of a minority group, what does that really mean?
When 48% of Christians say sexual assault doesn’t disqualify from public office, Christianity has a problem. Will it recover?
The testimony cannot stop an unjust judge. So why are the Powers so ready to stone her?
Reflections from a white parent on #EndFamilySeparation
In an uncivil world, do Christians retreat into passive civility or do they practice active engagement with gentleness defined by Scripture?
Disney and Theology meet at the intersection of memory and trauma.