Biology and same-sex love

By Mike Regele
This article is excerpted from chapter three of the author's recent book Science, Scripture, and Same-Sex Love (Abingdon Press, 2014). Science is a human enterprise seeking… read more

Italy and Vatican on guard after threat from Islamic State

By Eric J. Lyman / USA Today
ROME (RNS) The Italian government is on high alert after threats from the Islamic State called Italy “the nation signed with the blood of the cross.” Italy is one of a … read more

3 gifts the church can glean from the spiritual but not religious

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
We have a lot to learn from the “spiritual-but-not-religious” crowd. Chances are, though, it’s not what you think. I’ve taught a number of classes in… read more

Scott Walker and the faith of President Obama

By Justin Taylor
(RNS) Wisconsin governor and Republican presidential hopeful Scott Walker made headlines for the second time this month regarding worldview and religion. The first was when a… read more

When you find yourself in a pit…

By Clifton Stringer
Joseph's story is one of the most moving in the whole Bible. It reaches out to us and involves us in the drama of Joseph's life. In Genesis 37:23-24, Joseph's villainous brothers… read more

Remembering the march from Selma to Montgomery

By Rebekah Jordan Gienapp
Selma to Montgomery The 50th anniversary of the historic civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery will be commemorated in Alabama next month. The film “Selma,”… read more

Worship for Kids: March 29, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
Palm—Passion Sunday Consider the children when deciding whether to celebrate Palm or Passion Sunday. If they will not worship around the Passion stories on Holy (Maundy)… read more

Feasting faster

By Kevin Alton, LinC (Living in Christ)
Earlier this week, many Christians celebrated the beginning of Lent with Ash Wednesday. One could argue that the celebration was actually the night before on Fat Tuesday. One… read more

The ash remains

By Adam Thomas
Our twins are six and half months old. They’re sleeping pretty well, waking either zero or once during the night. They’re beginning to crawl and sit up by themselves… read more

Brian Williams and the nature of forgiveness

By Christy Thomas
Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief; Pastor, priest, newsman, chief … all have this in common: Each has the capacity to betray trust in profoundly public and private… read more

Worship for Kids: March 22, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View In planning today's worship, consider the following: Children are quickly overwhelmed when confronted with all these texts. It is better to explore… read more

Faith, doubt and the life of David Carr

By Mark Lockard
David Carr died yesterday, collapsing suddenly in the newsroom at the New York Times office. We (all of us, readers, thinkers, those passionate about journalism, media, culture… read more
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