Book excerpts, book reviews, poetry, photography, fiction, images of visual artwork, reflections on art or on the life of the artist, and other creative endeavors by or of interest to women in the academy and professions.
Michelle Harris shares her perspective on Marilynne Robinson's Home and its implications in today's cultural climate.
Susanna Childress explores the definition of "lowly" in our culture.
Jen Pollock Michel, author of CT's 2015 Book of the Year, speaks on having a practical theology of desire.
Gretchen Ellis gives us a peek into Holly Ordway's story of transformation.
Jennifer Woodruff Tait shares what she has learned from Karen Swallow Prior's recent offering on the life of Hannah More.
Poetry by Lisa Marie Rieck: "We didn’t think to pray/for rain that spring and summer. . ."
Jennifer Woodruff Tait reviews Marc Baer's Mere Believers, compelling stories of eight believers who changed their world.
Halee Gray Scott shares an excerpt of her book on the challenges of leadership for Christian women.
Jennifer Woodruff Tait reflects on the intersection of motherhood and academia.
Katherine Jeffrey sees a theological symmetry between the first and second Eve, but also the human side of both women's suffering.
Ann Boyd reflects on the complicated relationship she has with Lent and what Jesus has taught her through it.
Carmen Imes reflects on a year of taking Sheryl Sandberg’s advice.
Jasmine Obeyesekere Fernando considers the connections between the Magis' search for Jesus, the pain of injustice then and now, and links with the modern academy.
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