Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump By John Fea Eerdmans Pp. 238 $24.99. Review by Benjamin Guyer John Fea opens the conclusion of Believe Me by relating a conversation that occurred at an ... Read More...
The following may not quite enable the musical equivalent of a monastic flight from the forced saccharine madness that blares from too many speakers in public places, but each album will help create spaces of Christian contemplation and reflection during the Christmas season.
David Bentley Hart’s That All Shall Be Saved is a regrettably unflinching reminder that ego, not piety, is the ground of much modern theology.
Christians have long struggled with seeing Jesus as Jewish. Yes, Christ becomes more relatable once “incarnated” in a specific cultural context.
We all need Lent more than we know.
North American Anglicans lack an ecclesiology that can comprehend our fragmentation and numerical decay.