Dear Offended Christian, From a Very Tired Christian

John Pavlovitz pens a letter to those with damaging “Christian” beliefs.

Organized Religion Must Join the Fight Against Homophobia

A step in the right direction.

A Christian Dad Asks “What’s to Gain From an Argument?”

Kenny Vaughan examines the process of arguments and how his principles guide him through.

GOP Imploding From its Own Personal, Self Imposed Demons

“Their fault, not mine,” the Republican Party is in for a rude awakening.

Radical Christian Terrorists

If we identify Islamic terrorists by their religion, why not Christian terrorists?

Christian Proselytizing as a Form of Oppression

While many Christians view proselytizing as offering the gift of Jesus to the “unbelievers,” many if not most individuals of other faiths and many non-believers consider this as not merely an imposition or as manipulation, but, in fact, consider this as a form of oppression.

A Dad’s Actions Speak Louder Than Words: How to Make a Child Feel Loved When You Can’t Be Present

Kenny Vaughn tells the story of a dad who inspired him, a dad who while in the line of fire never lost sight of his religious faith or the love of his kids. His story.

Your Family Needs a Guide for the Journey

In Part 1 of the series, “Every Family Has a Story,” Darla Johnson shares the benefits of relying on a higher power.

Learning To Be A Man Without Faith

For approximately 35 years of my life, I was the ultimate Christian. Yet, there was always something in the back of my mind. Something I couldn’t shake.

Spiritual and Religious Voices Have Found Their Home at The Good Men Project

And you can too. Read their thoughts and ideas here. Join the conversation on our Facebook Page. Submit your own articles. Together, we are raising the bar as to what it takes to be a good man in the 21 Century.

In Praise of the Welfare State

John Faithful Hamer meets his real life doppelgänger and thanks God for the welfare system after hearing his story.

Can You Respect The Man But Not The Opinion?

Can you respect a person but not their opinions or have they become so intertwined as to become indistinguishable?

The Red Cup War On Christmas

Should the red cups stay?

The America Of Republicans And Religious Radicals: Fear, Hate And No Hope

America’s choice in next November’s federal election is very simple despite the complexities of the problems the country and next president face.

Deacon Costen’s Handclap Joy

Award-winning poet Cyrus Cassells explores the difficult intersections of faith, family, and sexuality.

3 Things You Did Not Know About ISIS

There is more to the extremist group Daesh than it may appear, and it would do us all well to pay attention.