The Gospel According to Improv
A Radical Way of Creative and Spontaneous Living
By Les Carpenter
Morehouse, pp. 199, $19.95
Review by Christine Havens
One of my favorite passages (there are quite a few... Read More...
By Joseph Mangina
The theological college where I teach stands at the almost exact geographical center of a great university. Of all the disciplines in the university, theology is in the odd position of bei... Read More...
By Robin T. Jennings
I was a rector for about five years and looked pretty good on the outside. On the inside I was hollow. I needed help. Spiritual help. It was the 1980s, and the Shalem Institute for Spiri... Read More...
By William N. McKeachie
The most esoteric of the Inklings, Charles Williams, used the adage serving as the title of this essay as the epigraph for his many-dimensional history of Christendom, The Descent of ... Read More...
The History of Christianity in Britain and Ireland
From the First Century to the Twenty-First
By Gerald Bray
Apollos Press, pp. xx + 693, $83.99
Review by Zachary Guiliano
Gerald Bray’s work sets out w... Read More...
By Molly Jane Layton
The steeple of our white clapboard Congregational church rose high above the common in my hometown in rural Massachusetts. Church was the center of our lives; if the doors were open, my... Read More...
By Calvin Lane
For Martin Luther, preaching the “word” meant a living message. “It is a wonderful thing,” Luther wrote, “that the mouth of every pastor is the mouth of Christ.” In the Large Catechism (1529)... Read More...
By Michael Allen
Brazos Press. pp. 208. $31.45
1 & 2 Thessalonians
By Douglas Farrow
Brazos Press. pp. 336. $35
Review by Robert Price
The Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible ... Read More...