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Paul Asay

Alien: Covenant Is Super-Spiritual

Pride is indeed the central sin in Alien: Covenant. And that pride leads not to just some pretty traitorous activity, but right to the pit of hell.

Greg Richardson

Practice From the Inside Out: How Healthy Is Our Spiritual Life?

The spiritual life is greater than the sum of our parts and is more than we can measure.

David Rupert

Straight Lines: Why Order Matters in a Crazy World

I don't always like rules of society, at work, or in my faith. But they are there to keep structure and to keep our silly human ways from wandering.

Mary Pezzulo

The Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of Lies

If you respect the church, you will speak out on behalf of the church's teaching.

Daniel Scharpenberg

The Bodhisattva

The Bodhisattva is willing to be authentic, willing to get hurt and be sensitive and have a fully exposed heart.

The Streamers

Refilling the Cup: A Conversation on Self-Care

In these troubled times, self-care is needed now more than ever.

Brad Fruhauff

Trump and the Borgias: The Stuff of Great TV

Five hundred years from now our present political confusions, conflicts, and outrages will become the stuff of high melodrama.

Jason Mankey

Lessons Learned While Teaching "Wicca 101"

Wicca has always provided its adherents with a great ritual structure, but it's up to each individual witch to fill in whatever blank spaces they may find.

Bill Blankschaen

Is Shame the New Silent Killer in America?

We don't need sign-holders. We need people willing to roll up their sleeves, with or without masks and gloves, and wrap their arms around the emotionally and spiritually dying.

James Ford

Saving Ghosts: A Zen Tale

This koan is based in a much loved tale from old China. Like the best of ghost stories, no one knows from where it originally comes from.

Dave Willis

10 Questions Your Husband Asks Himself Everyday

One of the greatest challenges in marriage is navigating the differences between the typical male thought process and the typical female thought process.

Cindy Brandt

Is Your Personal Relationship with God a Dysfunctional One?

If a child has a toxic relationship with his parents, it is very difficult to wrest that dysfunction away from their relationship with God.

Kate Cousino

How Not to Do Spiritual Warfare

If you find yourself treating the Christian life like a war against worldly "enemies of the Church," you're doing spiritual warfare wrong.

James Ford

Reclaiming Enlightenment in Zen

Zen is a spiritual process completely bound up with the actual world; it is not meant to be a philosophy. Nor is it psychology. It is about our awakening.

Chelsen Vicari

Thank God for the Charismatics

It's been a while since I visited the charismatic roots of my youth. Here's what I noticed.

Patheos Video Gallery

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.
The Street Librarian
Happily Hungry: Sick Kids Nutritious Food
Food Equality Initiative
The Food Equality Initiative's allergy-friendly food pantry in Kansas City makes sure everyone has a seat at the table.
Life After Life
Jason Hernandez fights for the freedom of other inmates sentenced to life behind bars.
Patheos Exclusive Clip: Last Days in the Desert
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A Bridge to Better Health: the Work of Puentes de Salud in South Philadelphia