If you’ve ever had questions about the origins of Halloween, this short article is for you.
Pagan festival? Christian mockery of evil? Or something else entirely? Steven Wedgeworth explores the true origins of Halloween.
Jacob Huneycutt explores how Fanny’s Crosby’s hymns of spousal piety continue to shape the Protestant imagination.
Gerald Bray asks: was there ever such thing as more wild and mystical Celtic Christianity?
Nathan Johnson unpacks a surprising belief of the Reformed tradition: that Old Testament believers had sacraments.
Glenn Butner introduces Western readers to the trinitarian theology of the majority world.
John Wilson reviews a new anthology of Christian poetry over the last 80 years.
Often overlooked, Leo the Great was a foundational influence upon the Christology of the Reformation.
This smash-hit biography of John Donne suffers from an inability to reckon with the transcendent.
An original poem by Malcolm Guite.