Going through the Emotions: Islamic Calligraphy in a Public School

In the example below, parents at an American public high school balk at the secular study of Islamic calligraphy because the writing’s legacy is sacred for Muslims. Emily Egolf helps us think through the dispute.

The Tenure of Scriptures: Interpreting Wheaton College (Illinois)

Do Christians and Muslims worship the same god? The answer matters at Wheaton, but why does the question?

Christianity Before and After Charleston

...one of the most vivid accounts of baptism in the Black Church tradition while contextualizing the role of race and Christianity in American life.