By Gayland K. Stone • The textures of artist Ludmilla Pawlowska’s panels and the richness of the surfaces invite us to come closer.
Essays & Reviews
By Christopher Wells • One could only participate ironically in the “kill, kill” cheer while standing next to a Mennonite.
By Peter Doll • There has been a sea change in the understanding of Mary in the Church in the last generation.
Allan Nadler: “While Aslan spills much ink arguing his thesis, nothing he has to say is at all new or original.”
Review by Michael Cover • Michael Legaspi tells a tale of two Bibles: the Bible of Christian Scripture and the Bible of the secular academy.
By David Hein • In the modern church school, no conflict exists between an honor system and personal dignity.
By A.C. Thiselton • Reading Scripture together crosses time and space: scholars, congregations, Church Fathers, Reformers, and modern insights.
By Jesse Zink • The Transfiguration has profound consequences for life once we descend from the mountain.
By H. Peter Kang • First Place, Student Essays in Christian Wisdom competition
Christopher Wells on Yale: “We enjoyed the company and questioning of one another, within a broad sea of students and faculty.”