Rhetoric Race and ReligionSometimes Words Are Just Not Enough
Whether it is the human experience or the talk on social issues, Facing Ourselves in Silence gives the reader a glimpse of the broad human experience.
Samuel's NotebookWhat Cecil and Planned Parenthood Taught Me About #AllLivesMatter
The Cecil the Lion / Cecile Richards chiastic that we've seen in the last 24 hours has been a learning experience.
Godless in DixieAgnostic or Atheist: What's the Difference?
When people who are not atheists use the words "atheist" and "agnostic," they often do not understand what we mean by them.
Sarah Over the MoonI Don't Trust Pro-Life Feminists, and Here's Why
This is an issue of holistic justice, and of the importance of the often-ignored bodily autonomy of oppressed people.
Rabbi Niles Elliot GoldsteinIn the Dark Forest: Faith Matters, Part One
While Moses received the Torah from God, its many laws and teachings often raise more questions than they answer: What is the meaning of life? Why do I exist? Where am I heading?
Theology of Work ProjectDonald Trump and the Difficult Art of Apology
To truly apologize, we must take responsibility for mistakes and their consequences, without blaming victims.
Paths Through The ForestsOur Deadly Lack of Nature Literacy
We need to return to an ancestral way in which nature is not an Other, but an Us.
Benjamin L. CoreyCharisma Mag: Donald Trump Is the New Word of God?
According to Charisma News, Trump is becoming the new Word of God and we need to carefully listen to The Don.
Pursued by TruthFive Things Christians Shouldn't Say to Atheists
Some atheists think I am a less convincing former atheist because I was raised a Christian. This is an insulting way to approach other people's journeys.