A parody of Good vs Evil, where two wrongs make a left.
Should we be teaching our children–on top of everything else–that they’re sinners?
“Elspeth Howell was a sinner.” By James Scott
If you’re a Christian and you’re ‘just sayin’ these…just don’t.
Brynn Tannehill is tired of people using gender expression as a ground for personal judgment. It’s time for things to change.
Steven Lake is at the end of his rope. Or is it the beginning of a new way of being?
Faced with temptation, one young minister remembers his parent’s voice, and his promise to live holy.
Can people be so tainted that even when they do a good deed, it somehow isn’t?
Before judging other’s lifestyle in accordance to their beliefs, take a look into your own. Perhaps you’ll see something that wasn’t there before. Cheers!
Spoon Jackson does not define himself as a murderer, but by what he has done in the days since. How do you see him?
There’s a difference between true forgiveness and turning a blind eye.
If God can’t expiate sin without our participation in asking for that forgiveness, then God is weak. If, instead, God chooses not to forgive sin unless we ask for it, opting instead to let us suffer for all eternity because of our mistakes, then God is not loving.
‘Hurt people hurt people’ explains, but does not pardon, the damage done by those who cheat on their partners.
As a child, Carl Pettit didn’t believe in God, and was sure he’d go to Hell for his disbelief.
What does the life deliberately and well lived look like?
Why do we continue to blame the victims of sexual assault?