The extraordinary story of how, among the nomadic Masai people of Tanzania, a Western missioner "finds" the gospel message he came to preach.
Concerned practitioners of Christian compassion face some vexing questions: how do we avoid a kind of "poverty toursim" or "slacktivism" in our response to suffering.
The remarkable story of a new college that could spark a revolution in higher education.
One of the world’s most creative theologians offers wide-ranging reflections on the role of the Holy Spirit in the birth of the cosmos, in the life of the church, and in the hopes and struggles of the poor.
A theological exploration of the need for Christian compassion in today's world.
From St. Augustine and St. Paul, to Dorothy Day, Thomas Merton, and Dostoevsky, Forest shows how the practice of confession draws us deeper into a loving relationship with God, the body of Christ, and our fellow sinners.
From the well-known spiritual writer, a full year’s worth of weekly “conversation starters” to help readers be still and know God.
In light of Christ's passion, a psychologist and theologian struggles to understand and respond to the practice of torture and the sufferings of the "crucified people."
The inspiring testament of Maryknoll missioner Bob McCahill, and his work among the Muslim poor of Bangladesh.
Drawing on scripture, theology, and the psersonal experience of their daughter's severe disablitiy, the authors explore the theological meaning of disbility and the special insights it affords into the mystery of God's Trinitaian being.
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