Patheos Movie Club: The Letters
A film by William Riead
THE LETTERS stars the acclaimed four-time BAFTA nominated British Actress Juliet Stevenson as Mother Teresa in a transformational performance that spans over 50 years.
Jane the ActuaryGirl Boy Scouts?
What should we think about the scouting troop in California, composed of five girls who have officially asked to join the Boy Scouts?
Aziz PoonawallaMuslim Americans Should be Single-Issue Voters
If we hold any value for our embattled faith, we must defend it by voting Democrat.
Pursued by TruthSyrian Refugees: The Dangerous Effects of Fear-Mongering
We cannot allow fear to short-circuit our Christian virtue. No matter what we believe about policy, our opinions must be informed by our faith.
Everyday MiraclesThe Remarkable Pilgrimage of Everyday Life
What was the most important part of the journey? "Letting down the façade," Renee said. "Nobody cared what you did for a living," Julie concurred.
The Fuller BlogA Pilgrimage to Ferguson for Racial Justice
In Ferguson, the struggle for racial justice manifests as the people versus the systems of policing, housing, education, prison, job opportunities, and more.
Post-Traumatic Church SyndromeThe Biology of Leaving Church
I walked out of that confessional booth, shame and anger rising with every step I took to get to the door of the church.
Christopher CloseupPeggy Noonan: America, a Vast Mission Territory
Peggy Noonan recently joined me to discuss her newest book The Time of Our Lives, an outstanding collection of her best essays and columns from 1981 to the present.
Civil NationsWhat Percentage of Muslims Dislike ISIS?
According to Pew Research, the vast majority of Muslims in nations with predominant Islamic populations overwhelmingly oppose ISIS.
Unfundamentalist ChristiansMust Christians Believe in a Second Coming?
If this life is all there is, then neither justice nor love are vindicated. Biblical apocalyptic scenarios are about future vindication.