The femininity of God is everywhere: Divinity transcending one gender.
A pastor answers five questions.
A Father reflects on how he wishes he had answered a tough question in his youth. Years later, his son’s answer makes him proud.
Generally speaking, there are things that good people do and things good people don’t do.
“Embracing our sons . . . Eradicating marginalization.”
Deb Besinger shares insights from a new book by John Pavolitz
How many wars are we going to justify in the name of “God?”
They can conjure up all sorts of Biblical sleight-of-hand to try and justify themselves, but it will all be fruitless.
In matters of injustice and suffering and evil—it essentially passes the buck to God.
Far too much of American Evangelicalism reveals a faith rooted in superiority and self-preservation; one that breeds hostility to those it sees as outsiders.
I’m sick and tired of people that use the title of “Christian” with their mouth—and out of that same mouth also comes bigotry, hate, shame, slander, name calling, sexism, racism, homophobia, self-righteous rhetoric, and maybe the worst of all…pride.
These people wouldn’t know what Christian is if it bit them in the ass on the Road to Damascus.
Just because there is a separation of Church and State doesn’t mean a Christian should separate their personal faith from their political endeavors.
John Pavlovitz has a serious issue with the connection of Donald Trump and Christianity. Here’s why.
Bruce Pagano is a devout Christian with strong principles. He respects those of his faith with whom he may disagree. He has a tough time, however, with those who deal in complete falsehoods. That is what he sees in today’s current discourse. He tells us why.
Pastor John Pavlovitz: “When did the words ‘Merry Christmas’ become a gotcha moment?”