A journey to Assisi crosses the wide cultural barriers between two Zip Codes. • By Seth A. Raymond
Essays & Reviews
Feast on reading the Bible each day and fast on criticism. Feast on praying each day and fast on drinking alcohol.
Scholarly conversation returns to the question of Shakespeare and religion.
Dale Rye provides a roundup of Daily Office and Book of Common Prayer apps.
Ephraim Radner: The words “man and woman” and “husband and wife” will now signify “two people” or “two persons.”
Children’s Bibles needn’t reduce faith to pabulum.
Understanding Christian Mission is organized around the twin poles of suffering and glory.
St. Vincent’s — a comedy, no less — bristles with theological robustness.
National and diocesan bureaucracies and expenses seem never to mirror numerically declining constituencies.
Giving Shape to an Ecumenical Church • By Darren E. Dahl