PatheosMore Resources on Advent
Here is a rich assortment of material on the background of Advent, resources for practicing Advent, and reflections on its meaning.
PatheosMore Resources on the Winter Solstice
Historical commentary, personal experiences, lore, and ritual — gathered here to enrich your Yuletide festivities.
American Buddhist PerspectiveThich Nhat Hanh Still in Coma
As the darkest days come and pass, many people across the world continue to hold Thich Nhat Hanh (Thay) in their hearts.
The Pangea BlogWhy Christians Should Care About Hebron in the West Bank
Hebron is a city of division. Of violence. Of pain. Of apartheid. Of racism. Of militarism. Of despair. Of settlement.
Christopher CloseupBalancing the Sacred with the Secular at Christmas
In my interview with Jonathan Jackson, Richard Lee Jackson, and Daniel Sweatt of Enation, I asked them how they balance the season with their families.
The Godless CongregationHow Should Atheists Celebrate the Holiday?
There are a lot of traditions your atheist neighbors celebrate, even the religious aspects of the season, albeit in their own secularized ways.
The RogueSony Pictures Bows the Knee to North Korea and Fear
It is one thing to dislike how somebody portrays you and quite another to make threats, but that's apparently what's happening.
Wake Up CallMusings on God and Life from an Expat Living in France
At 85 years old, Johnny is passionate about God and religion and life. He cares deeply about the state of mankind and where we are headed.
Anxious BenchGive the Gift of Spiritual Formation and Neuroscience for Christmas
Rob Moll's recently released What Your Body Knows About God is helpful in understanding the work of transformation.