The masks of hypocrisy

By Tiffany Manning
Halloween is the second highest grossing commercial holiday in America (following Christmas). While children are focused on trick-or-treating and candy, teenagers are more often… read more

Thank God: Evangelicals shrink back from support of death penalty

By Jonathan Merritt / Religion News Service
(RNS) In 1983, a broadcaster from New Hampshire asked President Ronald Reagan about accusations that he had moved away from the principles that got him elected. His response is… read more

Sixth St. Louis-area church damaged by fire; $2,000 reward offered

By Lilly Fowler / St. Louis Post-Dispatch
ST. LOUIS — A reward of up to $2,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the culprit in a string of fires that have now hit six predominantly… read more

The most revolutionary part of the 10 Commandments

By Rabbi Evan Moffic
With the passage of time, the extraordinary can become ordinary. The revolutionary can seem normal. Take trial by jury. When introduced in England, jury trial was a monumental… read more

Far from dreadful: finding God in the horror genre

By Michael Miller
In an era with a seemingly endless parade of new shows in all manner of mediums, Showtime has managed to create something utterly unique and frighteningly intelligent with their… read more

If you're wanting more from your devotionals, try this

By Tom Fuerst
I want to propose a different Bible-reading practice that I think will challenge your devotional experiences in ways you never imagined. No, no, I don't have a trendy new… read more

Biblical witness, ethics and good romance novels: An interview with Celia Wolff

By Clifton Stringer
Recently I was able to visit with Celia Wolff about topics ranging from Christian faith to her scholarly work on the book of Acts to the goodness of reading (good) romance novels. … read more

Earliest draft of the King James Bible discovered by New Jersey professor

By Lauren Markoe / Religion News Service
(RNS) For about a month after he returned from England last year, a Montclair State University professor did not realize what a treasure he had found in a rare books library at… read more

‘Me too’

By Jessica LaGrone
Jim and I got married in our 30s, a little later than most of our friends. By the time of our wedding I had been to all the wedding showers and baby showers I cared to go to as a… read more

Sermon Options: November 22, 2015

By Ministry Matters
CHRIST THE KING 2 SAMUEL 23:1-7 The peasants wait nervously outside the palace to learn the identity of their new emperor. The tribe sends its wisest elders to choose their new… read more

How old Is God?

By Ross West
Revelation 1:4b-8 How old do you think God is? Is God a baby? a child? a teenager? a young adult? a senior adult? An old saying says there are no right answers to a wrong… read more

Playboy’s decision, pornography, and the hope of the gospel

By Arthur D. Jones, Scott J. Jones
Playboy’s decision Something odd happened this week: Playboy will no longer show images of fully nude women. This announcement seems as absurd as Coke no longer selling soft … read more
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