Book Review

Daniel Vaca's history details evangelicalism's rise through the power of its book presses

Book review: The histories of evangelical publishing companies include lives of leaders who held on to what they believed was a divine mandate to evangelize as they navigated the twists and turns of U.S. commerce.

Book Review

Evangelical women do balancing act in public life

Book Review: The author uncovers the multiform world of evangelical celebrity as a precarious, high-stakes game that rewards women who abide by its rules and punishes those who do not. 

Commentary

LGBTQ Catholics have great reasons for hope at the grassroots

Commentary: You're in, then you're out, and the whiplash between news cycles leaves me reeling. What is the state of LGBTQ ministry in our church, and how can we become better advocates for ourselves?

Commentary

The wounded body of Christ: a response to Carroll's critics

Commentary: The Atlantic recently published James Carroll's "Abolish the Priesthood," a critique of clericalism. Beyond the article's headline, Carroll proposed ways that Catholics could reimagine tradition; he offered hope. Sadly, the piece brought together condemnations from both the Catholic right and left.