The mental hamster wheel

By Melissa Spoelstra
Have you ever found your mind rolling the same negative thoughts over and over? Like a hamster running his heart out without getting anywhere, we sometimes waste our thought lives … read more

The Wesleys, holiness and life in the Spirit

By William H. Willimon, Stanley Hauerwas
John and Charles Wesley sought to renew the Church of England by having Christians take seriously that they were called to live holy lives. The Wesleys stressed that every… read more

What are the Sustainable Development Goals?

By Rebekah Jordan Gienapp
Creation of the Sustainable Development Goals More than 15 years ago, a small group of United Nations development specialists drafted a set of eight development goals for poor… read more

Review: Darkness is My Only Companion

By Drew McIntyre
Imagine a book that N.T. Wright recommended to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who enjoyed it so much he not only wrote the foreword, but credits it with renewing his… read more

Anti pop culture Jesus (the Jesus that I know)

By David Dorn
The Jesus that gets played out in pop culture is not the Jesus of the Bible. The Jesus that gets preached from political platforms is not the Jesus I know. Here is just a taste of … read more

Why Richard Dawkins’ new book won’t win him many converts

By Jacob Lupfer / Religion News Service
(RNS) How sad and frustrating it must be to realize that people around the world are rejecting your most deeply held convictions. When you devote your life to promoting a… read more

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

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

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

Preventing domestic violence in our churches and world

By David Person
On October 12 in Huntsville, Ala., Heather Green was shot and killed by her estranged husband Jessie Green. Jessie then shot and killed himself. At the time of her death, they… read more
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