EuangelionNot Your Standard Evangelical Reading
Rowan Williams' On Being Christian suggests that the Bible should be approached as if it were a parable of Jesus: a gift, a challenge, and an invitation into a new world.
e2 Media NetworkHow Divorce Impacts Teenagers: 13-18 Years Old
When divorce happens, teens of this age range may feel embarrassed by the family break-up and may react by idealizing one or both parents.
A Contemplative FaithMainline Neo-Monasticism?
Elaine A. Heath's Missional. Monastic. Mainline explores how new communities of faith ("neo-monasticism") can be cultivated in the context of the historically mainline churches.
Roger E. OlsonHow Open Should Christians Be to the Paranormal?
Modernity rejects the paranormal; the Bible everywhere assumes it. Can a person be a Bible-believing Christian and reject all paranormal experiences?
Post-Traumatic Church SyndromeThe Ice Bucket Challenge and Focusing on the Outcome
The Archdiocese of Cincinnati asked its staff to not participate in the challenge as representative of Catholic schools. But they offered an alternative.
Shrinking the CamelFeeling Beat Up at Work?
Everyone knows you don't make good decisions when you are feeling overwhelmed. Here are three great ways to manage yourself through the stress.
TinselEight Things Christian Filmmakers Can Learn from "Calvary"
Soulless American Christian subculture films like God's Not Dead, or Grace Unplugged can learn a thing or two, or eight, from the fighting Irish.
Religion Q&AWhy is The Song of Solomon in the Bible?
The Song of Solomon or Song of Songs has probably roused more confusion than any other book in the Hebrew Bible.
Church for MenMark Driscoll's True God to Be Revealed
In the coming months Mark Driscoll will face a choice. He has a wonderful opportunity to step away from his high-profile life and complete the journey of submission.
American Buddhist PerspectiveTibetan Buddhist Deity Worship a Topic of Contention
The fragile and fluid nature of Tibetan politics may make key decisions about Shugden as much about political expediency as they are about religious rights.
Visions of VocationPraxis: From Belief to Behavior
The visionaries behind the Praxis Academy long for a renewal of life and the world, and think that vocation is integral to that vision.