(RNS) — On the occasion of the republication of his popular book "The Life You Can Save" Peter Singer was interviewed on the topic that put him on the map: our moral duties and obligations in light of profound global poverty.
Lyz Lenz’s new book examines not just the impact of rural church closures, but also the larger ways that evangelical faith has shaped the culture and mentality of America's heartland -- and why so many depictions of Jesus look like Brad Pitt.
(RNS) — The Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., has been criticized for favoring the Protestant Bible, questionable and misappropriated antiquities, partnering groups and, most recently, admitting to Dead Sea Scroll fragment forgeries.
Now many of the academic community's critiques have been collected
(RNS) — On Wednesday (March 27), the authors of “The Jewish Annotated New Testament” will present Pope Francis with a signed copy of their book, aimed as a resource for anyone who is interested in a Jewish scholarly perspective on the Christians Scriptures that informs rather than
A new book "Dare to Succeed" encompasses numerous principles and personal experiences that retired-founder Joe Greene relayed in leading a Nashville-area CEO Fellowship while in his late 70s and early 80s for several years and continues to convey in radio interviews and speaking engagements.
Author Peters Enns says the Bible doesn't work well as an owner’s manual that lays out for us what to do or think at every turn. It is holding out to us the invitation to accept the sacred responsibility going forward and working things out.