Love without coercion

A review of Thomas Jay Oord

Oord’s kenosis model is a compelling answer to the problem of evil—one that draws on scripture, theology, philosophy, and science.

Ambivalent motherhood

A review of Amy Seek

The physical reality of her son, the very tangible way that he is a part of her, will not go away. He is with her everywhere she goes.

The morality of marriage equality

A review of Stephen Macedo

Many Americans have gone from being squeamish about same-sex marriage to being squeamish about telling their gay friends that their relationships are less than valid.

A teenage killer’s brain

A review of Sue Klebold

You can never fully know your child’s interior life. You cannot know the measure of sadness or rage that may be unfolding within them.

After One-Hundred-and-Twenty, by Hillel Halkin

Part history and part memoir, this volume gently immerses readers in Jewish traditions surrounding death.