Jesus Christ Superstar Live

By Kira Schlesinger
After the Easter church crowds had headed off to brunch, after the lilies and the dresses, after the Alleluias and the He is Risens, this particular minister settled on the couch… read more

What baseball can learn from religion

By Jacob Lupfer / Religion News Service
(RNS) — Our national game is in trouble. The Boys of Summer are back and another baseball season is underway, but the game is declining in popularity, losing ground to… read more

The myth of redemptive patience

By Tom Fuerst
Waiting for liberation is the privilege of the privileged. Those who sit comfortably atop the world’s hierarchy can tell those on the bottom to “wait just a little… read more

How to avoid the epidemic killing our churches

By Scott McKenzie
An epidemic of biblical proportions is significantly impacting churches of today. Currently sweeping across the landscape of Christianity, this epidemic disables and ruins… read more

Nevertheless, She Resisted

By Kitty Taylor
“In a culture of answers, obedience is always the highest virtue... In a culture of questions, thinking is the highest art, conscience is the highest virtue.” —… read more

Are you addicted to your smartphone?

By Mike Poteet
Designed to addict? “God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.” Sean Parker, Facebook’s founding president, voiced this concern… read more

#deletefacebook and a post-social media world

By Randy Hardman
In the wake of a lot of controversy regarding corruption within social media data acquisition and the #deletefacebook trend sweeping the world, it’s a good time to revisit… read more

This Lent, don't give up love

By Rebekah Simon-Peter
Judging by Facebook posts these days, puppies are in. People with whom you disagree are out. Love is in short supply. We’ve had it worn thin with “sex, lies and… read more

Are We Really Better Together?

By Rob Renfroe, Walter Fenton
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

Our Strangely Warmed Hearts

By Karen P. Oliveto
Faultlines is a collection of resources intended to inform conversations around human sexuality within the United Methodist Church as the denomination prepares for the 2019… read more

Infrastructure and justice

By Laura Brekke
What is infrastructure anyway? The goal of the infrastructure plan introduced by President Donald Trump on February 12 is to create a greater synergy between public and private… read more

Thank you, Stephen Hawking

By Brian O. Sigmon
The world lost a brilliant mind and remarkable person when Stephen Hawking passed away on March 14. Through his popular books, movies and TV series, he has introduced an enormous… read more
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