If ever a theologian required a guidebook, it would be Karl Barth.
We all have a responsibility to care for culture.
Framed around one ordinary day, this book explores daily life through the lens of liturgy, small practices, and habits that form us.
Many of us have big questions about God that the Christian faith seems to leave unanswered.
Whether we're aware of it or not, our minds, bodies, and souls often seek out what's comfortable.
We long for diverse, thriving neighborhoods and churches, yet racial injustices persist. Why?
How should Christians live?
This is the first comprehensive account of the evangelical tradition across the English-speaking world from the 1900s to the 1940s.
Many Christians, especially those in Christian college "bubbles," worry that engaging in interfaith dialogue will require watering down their faith.
Is there a single message of the New Testament?