Coming Soon: The Magnificent Seven
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In this new movie from MGM, Jack Horne lives out the tensions that plague us all—the battles between forgiveness and revenge, peace and violence, and devotion and neglect.
Irreverin10 Meaningful Ways to Start Your Kid's School Day
Here are some simple things you can say to your busy family as everyone leaves for the day, or as they bail out in the car line.
Unfundamentalist ParentingA Classical Curriculum on Race, Racism, and Slavery in the U.S.
Here is a curriculum using the classical, Great Books method to create dialogue between classical authors, American history, and people of color.
American Buddhist PerspectivesJapan's "Most Handsome Monk Contest" Has a Female Winner
The contest was a way of spreading the word of Buddhism to as many people as possible and making it more accessible in their daily lives.
Uncommon God, Common GoodWounded People Wound Others, Except for Wounded Healers
Here are some things to consider that may help Christians as they discern how to deal with the threat of persecution.
Election ReflectionsRace, Religion, and the Trouble with Modern Identity
The problem at the deepest level is not the police or the scare tactics of self-serving politicians. The problem is us.
Carl GreggModern Uncertainty: "Meeting the Universe Half Way"
Despite all we know, we are also increasingly aware of all the known unknowns, much of which is related to our finite human capacities of perception.
Monkey Mind"After Buddhism": Secular, Liberal, Modernist, Naturalist
Stephen Batchelor unfolds a powerful and compelling story of what he believes is an original Buddhism.
New Wineskins5 Reasons You Might Want to Kill VBS In Your Church
Another summer is over, but think carefully about your 2017 summer calendar. We transitioned away from VBS a few years ago, and we haven't looked back.
The Welcome TableThe Danger of Standing Ovations
No one is more hungry for applause than someone who questions their fundamental worth.
Jackson WuThe Yin and Yang of Contextualization
People get so afraid of cultural syncretism (wherein culture usurps the Bible) that they overlook a more subtle problem—theological syncretism.
AltmuslimAs a Muslim American Mom, Fighting for My Country, My Children
I will be forced to plan for our departure if the Republican nominee gets into office this November.
Paths Through the ForestYou Can Be Pagan or You Can Be Atheist, But Not Both, or So I'm Told
Pagan is a label that simply has claimed me. I'm done trying to push away from it and have accepted it.
Capitol & CathedralTrump Campaign Hires Religious Outreach Director
So what does Pam Pryor bring to the Trump campaign?
Roger E. OlsonDoes God Love Everyone?
Jerry Walls' new book is a very brief, concise, and succinct explanation of why five-point Calvinism is wrong.