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For the Frustratedly Christian, the Formerly Christian, and the Barely Christian by Peter Enns

Well, I went and did it. I went and wrote another book on the Bible. Is there something wrong with me? Probably. Who knows. But let me get to my point. I actually had a reason for writing How the … read more »

A Little Book of Big Ideas by Alexandre Mars

Giving has always been a pillar of Abrahamic religions, and most people of faith today continue to observe some form of tithing on a regular basis. The money raised in weekly offerings helps congregations operate and reach out to the … read more »

Unexpected Turns by Diana Butler Bass

Autumn has arrived. If you live in a place with four seasons, you know what to expect. In the coming weeks, the days grow shorter, the leaves will change, and fall harvest will fill our markets with abundance. Familiar holidays … read more »

Divisions in the Sixteenth Century and Now: Why the Reformation Still Matters by Brad S. Gregory

Americans today confront many concerns competing for their attention at a time of deep political division, cultural conflict, environmental problems, and socioeconomic inequality. So it’s reasonable to expect some justification, beyond escapist entertainment, for a book about what happened in … read more »

N. T. Wright on Paul: A Biography

I looked up at the “departures” board one more time. The flight from Cluj (Romania) back to the UK had been delayed by a further hour. A double frustration: First, would I make my connection at the other end? Second, … read more »

A Bigger Bridge: Revising and Expanding a Groundbreaking Book on LGBT Catholics
By James Martin, SJ

Within weeks of the publication of the first edition of Building a Bridge, I knew that I wanted to write a revised edition. Why? Simply put, after countless conversations with LGBT Catholics and church leaders after the book’s publication, I had learned … read more »

Resurrecting Easter by John Dominic Crossan

Our book Resurrecting Easter is an adventure, a travelogue, a detective story, and, above all else, an exercise in visual as distinct from verbal theology. It focuses on the radical difference between Eastern Christianity’s universal vision of Christ arising with … read more »

Moving Beyond Deconstructing Faith by Benjamin L. Corey

World War II decimated much of Europe and left once-beautiful cities in smoldering rubble. Homes, breathtaking cathedrals, and bridges, along with nearly anything else one could imagine, were either damaged or destroyed by the evils of war. While war itself … read more »

In the Beginning: A Note from Our Founding Publisher

In celebration of HarperOne’s fortieth anniversary as a HarperCollins imprint in San Francisco, we thought we would pull from the archives a piece by Clayton E. Carlson, the publisher who moved us out of New York in 1977. In this … read more »

The Sign of the Cross: Spiritual Lessons from With God in Russia – Afterword by James Martin, SJ

The final line is, for me, the most moving in the entire book. “Slowly, carefully, I made the sign of the Cross over the land I was leaving.” In the long line of spiritual memoirs written by American Catholics, there … read more »