Faithful DemocratsWhy Should We Raise the Minimum Wage?
When inefficient wages cause outside stress, your team's ability to do its job suffers, thus impeding productivity and morale.
Friendly AtheistThe Problem with Perceptions and Religious Identity
Survey shows we're all wrong about percentages. Our perceptions are skewed.
Watching GodEntertaining Churches, Preachy Movies
Our church services have become polished and entertaining while our movies have become old-school and preachy.
Anxious BenchThe Beginning and End of Mormon Polygamy
Celestial and plural marriage reshaped not only Mormon families but Mormon identity and theology.
A Contemplative FaithTalking About Silence: An Interview with Patrick Shen
Indie filmmaker Patrick Shen's latest project, In Pursuit of Silence, is a meditative film about the increasing noise that is drowning out silence in postmodern life.
Theology in the RawOn David Gushee's LGBT-Affirming Stance
Dehumanization is the real problem, which is why I can agree with his pastoral heart.
Tinsel"Wadjda": A Girl's Life Saudi Style
Wadjda just might be one of the most important films so far this century.
Samuel's NotebookA Moment of Irony for UC Berkeley
If Maher's views are "dangerous" to the most liberal university in America, schools like Notre Dame should immediately apply for restraining orders.
The High CallingChallenges and Crises in Seminary and University Education
While many people have years of higher education for vocations, they have the equivalent of a ninth or tenth grade education in theology.
Peter EnnsThe Ways Evangelicals Dodge the Problems of Scripture
Here are twelve rhetorical strategies employed by evangelicals to deflect attention and/or delegitimize challenges.