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Paul Asay

Basketball Belief: How the Teams Left in March Madness Reflect Spirituality

Is there a team that a Christian can embrace because of the team's spirituality? Who would Jesus pick?

Matthew Tyson

Despite Its Flaws, Obamacare Was the More Catholic Option

At its heart, the goal was to ensure more, not fewer, people had insurance.

Benjamin L. Corey

Do the Moral Laws in the Old Testament Still Apply to Us?

There's a lot of laws listed in those books–over 600 to be exact. In many circles of Christianity, there's often much debate as to what degree, if any, a Christian ought live by these laws.

DeWayne Hamby

Franklin Graham Faces Darkness

The evangelist and founder of Samaritan's Purse talks about the shadow of death encountered during the Ebola crisis.

G. Shane Morris

Beware of Reverse-Chronological Snobbery

We've all seen it: A progressive and a conservative are crossing swords, and the progressive reaches for the old standby: "Your views are antiquated. It's 2017. Time to move on."

Dave Willis

7 Ways You Hurt Your Wife's Feelings (Without Even Realizing It)

Some of the deepest wounds inflicted in a marriage happen unintentionally.

Gregory Eran Gronbacher

Why Biblical Parenting Is Horrible Parenting

Many Christians' first (and sometimes only) encounter with Judaism is through the Gospels. However, the Gospels largely present a form of Judaism that largely no longer exists.

Anabel Inge

6 Misconceptions Held About Salafi Muslims

Salafism is widely regarded as a fundamentalist interpretation of Islam that fuels a hardline view and subjugates women.

Daniel Scharpenburg

Awakening the Awareness Within

With dedicated meditation practice, we can see a world that's brightened by the sunlight of awareness.

Ambaa Choate

A Hindu and a Buddhist Walk Into a Marriage: What Is Religion and Faith?

Must a religion have both sacred and profane definitions within it?

Gregory Eran Gronbacher

Hard and Soft Theism: The Reality of Our God

There is a healthy degree of subjectivity and personalization in religion as we wrestle with meaning and purpose.

Rita Forbes

Excuse Me, Lord: Religious Coercion in Foster Care

How can followers of scripture, without exception, guarantee a respectful distance from the spiritual life of a child in foster care when there is a soul that needs saving?

Benjamin L. Corey

No, the Bible Doesn't Say the Earth is 6,000 Years Old

Dating the age of the universe isn't a question the Bible deals with. It wasn't even on the radar of the people who wrote it.

John Beckett

Reimagining Ostara

The Spring Equinox is an astronomical phenomenon, but its impact is strongly felt on the Earth. Now is the time to honor the Earth Mother in ritual and in our daily lives.

Natasha Helfer Parker

Utah's Escalating Suicide Rate

Two articles were released this week that deal with the growing and alarming number of suicides in Utah. Why isn't the Mormon church taking action?

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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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