Division in the midterm elections reflects a further descent into conspiracy theories, racial and historical panics, and the invocation of spiritual warfare. How will people of faith respond to the white Christian nationalism that has brought us to this point?
An associate professor of information science draws on her training in religious studies to frame book banning’s current resurgence.
A North American Indigenous learning community focuses on Indigenous-led theological education.
Economists live in a world of scarcity. Christians believe in God’s abundance. In this conversation, an economist and a pastor talk about the ways in which that tension plays out in ministry and life.
We should recognize the dignity of those in the informal economy and encourage legitimate paths for their financial stability and self-determination, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
In this excerpt from her recent book, Susannah Q. Pratt writes that her family’s decision to refrain from buying for a year was based in part on research — and lived experience — that shows women still do a disproportionate share of domestic work.
In their new book, Gail Song Bantum and Brian Bantum describe working through race and gender in their own marriage.
Faith leaders and religious communities must speak up for reproductive justice. Movements like SACReD can help show how, writes a founding board member and college professor.
Framing abortion as an abstract thought exercise distracts from the real issues raised by an unplanned or problem pregnancy, writes a university professor.
The history of racial violence in this country runs deep. Juneteenth calls us to remember and repair the damage.