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?
Innovation isn’t Christian if it doesn’t focus on God’s priorities, says the co-author of a book from the Forum for Theological Exploration.
In this excerpt from their recent book, two New York pastors explain how a devotional project begun for their church became an offering to cultivate a “justice imagination” for a larger audience.
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.
The authors of a new book frame a path for reflection and action based on the works of James Baldwin.
Grounded in history, the Children’s Defense Fund Freedom Schools face the future by forming students from kindergarten through high school.
In a conversation with a fellow pastor and friend, the author of “Straight White Male” discusses his book and the path away from patriarchy and white supremacy that the church could offer.
God’s care may not be tied up in a sporting event’s score, but it certainly extends to a community’s victory, writes a managing director at Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Clergy in a Virginia city had mobilized before white nationalist protests resulted in the murder of a counterprotester and injuries to dozens of others. A pastor and civic leader reflects on what has changed.