Sin that enslaves us

By LinC (Living in Christ), Samantha Tidball
Nearly everyone is affected by addiction, whether they are addicts themselves or know someone who is. Addictions run rampant in our culture and destroy careers, families… read more

‘Dig’ TV series starts adding up: Watch the numbers

By Kimberly Winston / Religion News Service
RNS) “Dig,” the new action-thriller series from the USA Network, is starting to add up — at least in terms of its religious content. The third episode, broadcast … read more

What happened on Palm Sunday?

By Alex Joyner
What sort of day is Palm Sunday? What was it they saw in that figure riding up to the grand mount of the Temple on a working beast? Was his entry into Jerusalem a triumphant… read more

Why justification by faith matters

By Matt O'Reilly, Seedbed
Matt O'Reilly discusses the importance of the doctrine of justification by faith in this video from Seedbed's Seven Minute Seminary series. Matt O'Reilly blogs at… read more

Bread crumbs — Some courses are bumpy

By Ed Zinkiewicz
In my previous post I introduced a quote from Steve Job’s commencement address in 2005: You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking… read more

A place for secular Christianity?

By Courtney T Ball
Recently I had a conversation with a man who is in the midst of planning a bar mitzvah for his son. This bar mitzvah will not be a religious ceremony or connected to a synagogue… read more

Living as more than labels

By Mike Poteet, LinC (Living in Christ)
The new movie “The Duff” tackles the topic of youth pecking orders. Bianca (played by Mae Whitman) finds out other students at her high school think of her as a… read more

Simplifying and decluttering as spiritual disciplines

By Jill M. Johnson
Decluttering fever In late January, I took advantage of Clear Your Clutter Day, sponsored by our local chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO). This… read more

‘Dig’ uncovers an ancient Jewish sect and some scary nuns

By Kimberly Winston / Religion News Service
(RNS) Biblical breastplates, menacing nuns and an apocalyptic Jewish sect. What is behind all that religious jazz in the second episode of “Dig”? The series, which… read more

Who was St. Patrick, and would he drink green beer?

By Kimberly Winston / Religion News Service
For Catholics, Episcopalians and some Lutherans, March 17 is the Feast Day of St. Patrick. For the rest of us, it’s St. Patrick’s Day — a midweek excuse to party … read more

Stop reading your Bible that way

By Tom Fuerst
Think back to the last book you read from cover to cover. Maybe it was fiction. Maybe it was nonfiction. Think about how the story or ideas were developed. Think about all the… read more

Should vaccinations be mandatory?

By Mike Poteet
No “Mickey Mouse” matter The self-proclaimed “Happiest Place on Earth” recently became the epicenter of a major measles outbreak. By mid-January, 51… read more
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