- Can Westerners Atone for Their Sins Without Breeding Resentment and Ingratitude?An imaginary soirée with Douglas Murray, the Christian-friendly agnostic author of "The War on the West".
- Shame Has Many Causes—and One RemedyHow to find freedom from cycles of navel-gazing and self-loathing.
- Shame Off You: How God’s Love Lifts the Guilt of TraumaThe gospel message redeemed my childhood pain.
- Is There a Tiny Puritan Living in Your Head? Tell Him to Get Lost.God has set a feast for us in the world, and we shouldn’t feel guilty about savoring it.
- Shame Is Often Toxic and Harmful. Sometimes, It’s Just What We Deserve.A Christian philosopher pushes back on attempts to rid ourselves of this unloved emotion.
- Grief Can Weigh You Down, but It Doesn’t Have to Pull You UnderShawn Smucker’s latest novel explores the burden of unresolved regret and the healing power of sacrificial love.
- Her Son Took up Heroin. She Was the One Whose World Unraveled.A mother’s meditation on sin, guilt, and the grace of self-doubt.
- There’s More to Romans Than Personal SalvationHow Western readers miss the meaning of Paul’s letter—and how an Eastern perspective can correct the imbalance.
- Infertility Prepared Me to Reach Other Childless MenThis overlooked group is more isolated than you realize.
- I Used to Hide My Shame. Now I Take Shelter Under the Gospel.How a gay atheist teenager discovered Jesus and stopped living undercover.