Science vs. religion? There’s actually more of a three-way split

By Cathy Lynn Grossman / Religion News Service
(RNS) Meet the “Post-Seculars” — the one in five Americans who seem to have gone unnoticed before in endless rounds of debates pitting science vs. religion… read more

It is never OK

By Victoria Cumbow
For the past two weeks, I've kept a close watch on what my community has dubbed #VandyTrial. (You can read a detailed account from the trial on the The Tennessean website… read more

Are miracles real?

By Katie Shockley
What is a miracle? On Friday, January 2, 2015, the plane carrying the Gutzler family from Key West, Florida, to their home in Mount Vernon, Illinois, crashed in the deep woods of… read more

‘Interfaith’ isn't an option

By Jeffrey A. Cagle, Mark Lockard
I’ve come across a few articles lately that have given an interesting perspective when it comes to religions crossing paths. The most recent was an NPR article detailing the … read more

Worship for Kids: March 1, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Today's texts are loosely gathered around the meaning of life in covenant with God. Old Testament: Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16. The story of God's… read more

Top Catholics and evangelicals: Gay marriage worse than divorce or cohabitation

By David Gibson / Religion News Service
NEW YORK (RNS) A high-profile alliance of conservative Catholics and evangelical Protestants is set to issue a sweeping manifesto against gay marriage that calls same-sex unions… read more

What should happen to parents who don't vaccinate their kids?

By Alex Berezow / USA Today
(RNS) The entirely preventable California measles outbreak has now sickened more than 70 people. With perhaps hundreds more exposed, the outbreak will likely continue. As the… read more

Where are the just war prophets?

By Tom Fuerst
Christian just war theory says it is morally permissible to wage war for a just reason. It says, for specific purposes and through specific means, indeed, for the betterment of… read more

5 Proverbial tweets

By Matt Rawle
Two billion people across the globe are connected to each other via some form of online social media. Whether it is Facebook statuses or Twitter tweets or Snapchat chats or Vine… read more

Bread crumbs — Some stay the course

By Ed Zinkiewicz
Steve Jobs spoke highly of belief and confidence in the Stanford commencement address he made in 2005: “You can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them … read more

You can't call violence Christian

By Courtney T Ball
Recently on Ministry Matters, Mark Lockard asked, ‘American Sniper’ or ‘Selma’: How Christian is your movie choice? In his article he juxtaposed the… read more

Atlanta is burning: A new and ominous threat to religious liberty

By R. Albert Mohler Jr., Kelly Shackleford
(RNS) One day Atlanta has a fire chief; the next day it doesn’t. Once again, a moral scandal takes down a public official. What was the scandal involving Chief Kelvin… read more
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