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James Touchton

The Gift and Grace of Christian Community

Christian community is hard. It is often messy and full of unresolved tensions. But perhaps that is precisely where the Christ of creation and new creation wants to meet us.

Chris Gehrz

Seeing America Through Non-Western Eyes

How the Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo both celebrated and criticized Western civilization and came to admire Jesus in the process.

Paul Asay

What Dunkirk Can Teach Us About Finding Victory in Failure

We lose people we love in one way or another. Few of us are strangers to despair. Maybe that's why the movie "Dunkirk" holds increased resonance.

Dave Willis

7 Keys to Having a Healthy Relationship With In-Laws

Stress related to family dynamics is one of the biggest struggles married couples face.

Ejaz Naqvi

How Muslims View Jesus

Jesus and Mary have a very high status in Islam and in the Quran.

Adam Lee

Earth to Earth

Why it might be a good thing if more of us got our hands dirty once in a while.

Benjamin L. Corey

Christian Ghosting: The Christian Practice We Don't Talk About

For those of us who have tried to live out the Christian life while being open to allowing new information to shape what we believe, the reality is that at one time or another, we have friends who will ghost us.

Chris Williams

"Dunkirk" Is a WWII Masterpiece

"Dunkirk" is a visceral experience unlike any war movie I've seen.

Rebecca Bratten Weiss

A Defense of Game of Thrones

The story unfolding in "Game of Thrones" is profoundly moral at a time of global unrest when we look on helpless at the suffering of the most vulnerable.

Liz Fisher

Celebrating Air

Protecting the air we breathe is a moral as well as a practical imperative for those of us on an earth-honoring spiritual path.

Connor Wood

Supernatural Punishment and the Evolution of Cooperation

Did large-scale human cooperation – which makes us different from chimpanzees, bonobos, or any other mammal – evolve in part because of "supernatural punishment"?

Ambaa Choate

Misconceptions About Trigger Warnings

Trigger warnings are not really there for the purpose of coddling overly sensitive people.

Hadia Mubarak

Muslims and Domestic Violence: Searching for a Faith-Based Solution

Domestic violence is as prevalent in Muslim communities as it is in other faith communities. Could the search for a faith-based solution reflect the idea that this is a faith-based problem?

Natasha Helfer Parker

The Wisdom Within Us

Until we can make room at the Mormon table for all of thoughts, feelings and experiences to have "a seat," we will be lacking as a faith community.

Paul Asay

What Dunkirk Can Teach Us About Finding Victory in Failure

We lose people we love in one way or another. Few of us are strangers to despair. Maybe that's why the movie "Dunkirk" holds increased resonance.

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The End of White Christian America
The End of White Christian America
Robert P. Jones, CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI), challenges us to grasp the profound political and cultural consequences of a new reality—that America is no longer a majority white Christian nation.
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The Food Equality Initiative's allergy-friendly food pantry in Kansas City makes sure everyone has a seat at the table.
Life After Life
Jason Hernandez fights for the freedom of other inmates sentenced to life behind bars.
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