Jewish graves unearthed in Rome testify to community’s persecution

By Josephine McKenna / Religion News Service
ROME (RNS) Italian archaeologists have discovered the remains of 38 skeletons buried in a Jewish cemetery in Rome more than 500 years ago, offering further evidence of their… read more

EQ of the heart

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
When I teach emotional intelligence or EQ, I empower people to communicate in ways that bring out the best in those who frustrate them the most. But studies show that emotional… read more

ReClaimed: Eating with the Wrong People with Sara Miles

By ReClaimed Podcast
Charles, Matt, and Gregg are joined by Sara Miles to discuss using food to build solidarity, how the simple act of eating and praying with people can be transformative, and the… read more

Everything Rhymes with Theology

By Mark Lockard, Ben Howard
Paul Tillich wrote that our "ultimate concern must be expressed symbolically, because symbolic language alone is able to express the ultimate.” What better place to look for … read more

Her utmost, for decades

By James C. Howell
Who reads the same book, cover to cover, at least a page every day, over and over for more than sixty years? — and the Bible doesn’t count. My mother-in-law, Jean… read more

Christians as peculiar people

By David F. Watson
You’ve probably seen the much-ballyhooed PRRI survey, a segment of which indicates that white evangelical Christians feel that Christians are more discriminated against than … read more

More exorcisms and better health care

By Shane Raynor
Reports continue to indicate an increase in the number of exorcisms being performed by the Roman Catholic Church in the United States. Patti Armstrong, a correspondent for the… read more

Insurance for dummies and suggestions for the church

By Christy Thomas
I’ve read most of it. All the analyses about the AHCA (“Trumpcare” or “Ryancare”), the proposed GOP replacement for the Affordable Care Act… read more

ReClaimed: Missional Communities with Beth Magill

By ReClaimed Podcast
Charles and Eric Moen are joined by Beth Magill to discuss missional communities and how they are transforming churches throughout Texas and engaging meaningful work in… read more

The sanctuary movement

By Alex Joyner
ICE comes to town The Reverend Verónica Barrell received a call telling her that a fleet of large vehicles with Immigration and Custom Enforcement (ICE) agents had been… read more

Resurrection reality

By J. Michael Lowry
John 20:19-31 Do you remember how Walter Cronkite used to close his broadcast by saying, “And that’s the way it is”? Such is a world vision that reflects the… read more

A pledge to keep

By Bill Mefford
Just hours before it was to go into effect, Judge Derrick Watson temporarily blocked the administration’s latest effort to essentially grind the resettlement of refugees to… read more
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