No joke

By Melissa Slocum, LinC (Living in Christ)
Increasingly it seems we are seeing more attacks on free speech around the world. For months terrorists groups like ISIS have been capturing journalists, holding them hostages for … read more

Drones make war too easy, too remote, faith leaders say

By Lauren Markoe / Religion News Service
WASHINGTON (RNS) For the Obama administration and the Bush administration before it, drone strikes kill terrorists before terrorists can kill innocents, and the strikes keep… read more

Pope Francis: A Christian who does not protect creation ‘does not care about the work of God’

By David Gibson / Religion News Service
VATICAN CITY (RNS) If you are a Christian, protecting the environment is part of your identity, not an ideological option, Pope Francis said Monday (Feb. 9). “When we hear… read more

Rejecting conversion therapy, accepting love

By Sarah Grove
As a queer theologian, I celebrate my sexual orientation as a beautiful facet of being created in the image of the Divine. Indeed, the culminating moment of coming out to myself… read more

2 things we need to become spiritually fit

By Steve Harper
I have never run a marathon, but I have a good friend and members of his family who have. I have noticed two things in particular that teach me some things about spiritual… read more

Worship for Kids: March 8, 2015

By Carolyn C. Brown
From a Child's Point of View Epistle: 1 Corinthians 1:18-25. A case can be made for using this text as the summary text for worship, celebrating the wisdom of God, which, though… read more

Name radical Islamic ideology for what it is, but give reformers a chance

By Dennis Hoover / Religion News Service
(RNS) Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos last Friday (Jan. 23), Secretary of State John Kerry doubled down on the administration’s long-standing refusal to label… read more

What Christians could learn from rabbis and science fiction

By Dave Barnhart
“A mine accident leaves five miners alive but trapped with a dwindling supply of oxygen. A wall of rubble separates you from them. Trapped under the rubble is another miner. … read more

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
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