Is spirituality possible without answering the bigger questions?
The world and some of the people in it have a lot to offer us, much of it leaving us feeling empty when we’re finished.
It is a great and decent calling to serve people and your country but it’s a greater and more honorable calling to pursue your passion.
We are a unified, equal race and people before God—anything else is unequivocally wrong.
Why can’t Christian voters can’t tell the difference between a dirty word and the larger picture of sexual consent?
It’s not so much the ones speaking that concern me—it is the others, the ones who don’t speak—with absolutely no voice at all—that I pay attention to.
This is what happens when an ex-pastor and a stand-up comic talk about life, mystery, and the big questions.
Rev. Jim Rigby doesn’t accept your biblical interpretation.
Professor Warren Blumenfeld on the American Association of Christian Counselors’ continued exclusion of the LGBT community.
The Rev. Neil O’Farrell prays that good boys become good men
Like his beloved pet snake, who lay dying on his lap, Eirik Rogers knows how it feels to be cast out of the garden for your sins.
Why make anything new when cruddy sequels make money?
“I cannot allow my children to close their minds to all the infinite possibilities of our world and our universe, only one of which is offered by any organized religion.”
The Beatles, The Bible, and the Sanskrit word for bliss: Jeff Swain explains how by following our bliss, we find our purpose.
Sadly, our most common criticisms of marriage reveal much more about the critics than the state of contemporary romance.
People tried to change Nicholas Ferroni, believing that the way he was born would make life harder. Fortunately, he came to accept himself the way God made him.