Muslim Student at Auburn puts Campus Creed to the Test

Student and member of Auburn University’s Muslim Student Association offers blind affection, lives by the campus creed.

The Night I Failed To Stop My Grandfather From Spiritually Harming Himself

Watching his grandfather suffer from spiritual torture he learned how religion could be a double edged sword.

Some Find Redemption On Death Row, But Few Find Mercy

As the growing amount of time between sentencing and execution has made redemption claims more plausible, mercy has ironically become more difficult to find.

Call for Submissions: Gratitude

What are you grateful for?

Leonardo in the Marketplace

Eric Norris offers a uniquely creative poem on the Renaissance genius in a moment of reflection.

The Empathy Test

Empathy is a human superpower.

I Don’t Read Postcards from Hell

Sarah Wells reached a low point in her marriage when she was pursued by another man; it was honesty with her husband and her rediscovered faith that saw her through.

Parables of Reproductive Justice: An Interview with Rev. Matthew Westfox

What do the Bible and Jesus Christ have to say about a woman’s right to choose?

Teeny-Tiny Minorities Fight Back

Do you have the right to a poinsettia plant on your desk at work, even if your co-worker is deathly allergic?

Mercy, Somebody

“Online, married John said he wanted to stop over. I asked why he didn’t. It was OK to play. He was good for playing, as long as it was playing.” By Kim Chinquee