Amy Pagliarella reviews Cynthia M. Campbell and Christine Coy Fohr's latest book.
Amy Pagliarella suggests five devotions to consider as you set new practices in 2023.
Outlook Book Review editor Amy Pagliarella suggests four resources for Lent 2023.
"Soulen clearly believes that supersessionism is the main reason so many Christians fail to see the unity of Old and New Testaments, and that failure to take seriously the revealed Name of God is the key factor."
"When we remember where we came from, we are obligated to live outside of our schedules and forget our impatience. In an American world full of rush and calendars, Smith offers an alternative: we are to rest."
Anderson openly shares their journey … eventually declaring, “I ... am non-binary. I am not a woman, as society already thinks, but I am also not a man. I am a Not, and I am happy there.”
Amy Pagliarella recommends some new books that explore the Bible and theology.
Three recent books focused on our life together in the church.
The “nap bishop,” as Hersey is known, insists that economic systems trick us into believing we are only worth as much as we produce, and the church is not exempt.
"The theology undergirding Berry's work is 'the law of love,' and he urges us to obey it for our own good."