Last week I was coughing, battling an intermittent but lousy headache, and feeling utterly fatigued. And through it was the nagging question: Was this the Covid-19 virus?
DENVER (RNS) — The best-selling author, preacher and professor on finding community in an age of seeking.
DENVER (RNS) — Nearly 2,500 attendees gathered in Denver for two days to seek community in what many called "the wilderness" of deconstruction. Speakers grappled with questions about faith, church, power and justice. Even as they also mourned the death of co-founder, Rachel Held Evans.
(RNS) — When Barbara Brown Taylor began teaching world religions 20 years ago, she expected she would learn more about the subject matter. She didn't expect it would deepen her own Christian faith.
Elder Montoya's warnings to avoid doubt at all costs ignore one of the most important truths of the process of faith formation: doubt is a catalyst to spiritual growth.
Popular Christian teacher and author Nancy Ortberg joins a cadre of Christians who've set out to explore darkness in recent years.
David Brooks is not becoming a Christian. He's more likely to become a rabbi.
After 20 years, one of my favorite spirituality books has been refreshed for a new generation of readers. Author Marjorie Thompson explains why.
The "New York Times" bestselling author talks openly about personal topics, even sharing how aging affects her and whether she is afraid of dying.
One of the 12 most effective preachers in the English-speaking world, is on a mission to redeem the darkness. Barbara Brown Taylor says Christians have never had anything to say about darkness, but she plans to change that.
Jonathan shares the books that have most influenced him. What is on your list?
One of the most influential living preachers, Barbara Brown Taylor, talks about why she left ministry and why she still hopes.
On April 30, 1967, Martin Luther King Jr. gave a speech at New York’s Riverside Church. It was one of his finest, and would later earn him a spoken word ...