By offering complex and rich content, this summer’s duo of cinematic blockbusters could provide an example for better theological communication, writes the director of communications for Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Robert Shetterly creates portraits of people committed to telling the truth, and his work inspires conversation and discussion about Americans’ ethics, faith and social responsibility.
Puentes Collective works to address the spiritual needs of the children of immigrants.
Eric Lewis Williams: ‘We need a theological vision that will help us to hold on a little while longer’
The former curator of religion at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture discusses his work there and his hopes for his new role as director of the Office of Black Church Studies at Duke Divinity School.
A Pennsylvania-based interfaith organization pulls together people from hundreds of congregations to advocate for a safer and more just world.
A lot of mainline churches are uncomfortable talking about abortion. That needs to change.
Most people respond to boredom by either avoiding it — hello, smartphone! — or resigning themselves to it. But what if we dealt with boredom by transforming it into a different state of mind?
Americans’ embrace of gun rights has the features of a cult, with its own sacred text, priesthood and ordinands, says a retired United Methodist pastor. Is the cause secularized evangelicalism?
In her new book, “The 272,” a journalism professor explains how she pieced together the story of two sisters torn apart by a mass sale of people enslaved by the Catholic Church — and why their story matters.