New Here?
     
Posts tagged "Esau McCaulley"


Wrestling with Scripture (and God)

This one comes from our friend Robbie Sapunarich. The story of Jacob wrestling with an unnamed man at the ford of Jabbok might be one of the stranger episodes of the Old Testament. After sending his family across the stream, Jacob suddenly finds himself alone and wrestling with a stranger. The reader is never given […]

The Top Theology Books of 2020

If there’s one thing this year has been good for it’s books. That, and the additional time to read them. The following are some of the most interesting theological books published in 2020 that made the forever staying-at-home life a little more bearable. Click here to see last year’s list. Paul and the Power of […]

Review: Reading While Black: African American Biblical Exegesis as an Exercise in Hope

If You Have Wondered if Christianity Really Is a White Man’s Religion, This Book May Be a Healing Balm

Another Week Ends: Sad Americans, Orphan Attachment, Fear of Failure, Wack-a-Mole Preaching, and the Greatest Weapon of the State

1. Any time the Resurrection breaks into the New York Times, it’s generally a thing to celebrate. But when Esau McCaulley offers the Resurrection as the balm for the trauma and rage of our times, it’s more than a celebration — it’s proclamation, which is even rarer. I’m tempted to share the whole op-ed, but […]