(RNS) Nouwen's letters chronicle his lifelong struggles with celibacy, his disaffection with academia and his prolonged recovery from a nervous breakdown -- among the many spiritual stations that mark this late priest's life.
(RNS) In a rare publishing feat, HarperCollins arranged to have a team of evangelical scholars write a rebuttal of hot-selling superstar writer Bart Ehrman's new book.
(RNS) Jesus, Paul, food, charity, and prayer were just some of the areas examined in this year's crop of books under the broad heading of religion. Here's our list of the year's most interesting religion books, numbered but not ranked.
(RNS) Francis Spufford’s defense of Christianity, "Unapologetic," is aimed primarily at what he calls "godless Europeans," the post-Enlightenment elites who tend to regard religion with bemusement as a silly fairy tale, if not with open hostility as a dangerous superstition.
(RNS) Christian apologist N.T. Wright's insistence that Christianity has got it all wrong seems to mark a turning point for the serious rethinking of heaven. He's not another academic iconoclast debunking Christian myths, but rather takes his creeds very seriously. By John Murawski.