Most things that die stay that way. Is it the same for relationships and marriage?
Do you believe there’s something noble in suffering? Theresa Byrne did, until she realized how much it was holding her back.
John Pavlovitz pens a letter to those with damaging “Christian” beliefs.
What does your reaction to a hat say about your ability to avoid manipulation? A woman wore a hat to work at Home Depot. That hat said…
We become what we believe.
I was forever curious about people’s behavior and the thoughts that preceded their actions.
We have a right to our own beliefs. Quit imposing yours on others!
How healthy is your sex life?
There are two ways to view your life. Sean Swaby wants to know which you subscribe to.
We’ve all heard the dismissive refrains—things like “that doesn’t happen to guys,” “what kind of guy would let that happen to him,” or “he seems just fine to me.”
Is the two party system in America doing anyone any good?
After painful negotiations, leaders of the Anglican church have decided to “walk together” in spite of having deep differences on the subject of marriage.
Getting rid of the idea of Heaven doesn’t necessarily rid us of the longing for a painless paradise. John Faithful Hamer on religious conversation.
David Bowie has left behind a legacy that should make everyone ask, “What will my legacy be?”
Religious diversity needs support. We have the opportunity to change headlines of the future, and here’s how.
Men often joke about marriage as being like a ball and chain. Does this metaphor get too much airtime? Dr. Steve hacksaws into this old adage.