Patheos Movie Club: The Armor of Light
A new film by Abigail E. Disney
The Armor of Light follows an Evangelical minister and the mother of a teenage shooting victim who ask, is it possible to be both pro-gun and pro-life? Watch the trailer, and join the conversation.
Photo by Jeff Hutchens
Caryn Riswold"Mormon Feminism": History, Theology, Memoir, and More
Mormon feminists experience what most feminists of faith have heard at some point: utter dismissal of the possibility of their existence.
Edges of FaithDiana Butler Bass and a New Spiritual Awakening
The book is divided into two parts—the natural world and the human world—but both are maps for our modern world and our modern spirituality.
Cosmos the in Lost15 Books I'd Ban for Banned Books Week
I'm a proud defender of the Inquisition, so this is right up my alley.
Faith on the CouchParents, You Don't Need Permission to Be a Family
We asserted the completely counter-cultural and Catholic idea that family life, itself, is an activity not an accessory.
Red Letter BelieversWhy Whole Foods Is Wrong
If you think Whole Foods took a moral stand and is helping these prisoners by turning away goat cheese, just ask the prisoners.
Spiritual Direction 101New Frontiers for Spiritual Direction
The practice of spiritual direction is evolving with creative spiritual directors bringing their skills and gifts to many different settings.
Voodoo UniverseIs It Okay to Practice Voodoo Alone?
This is an ancient religion passed down through the ages from mother to daughter, godparent to godchild.
Peculiar PeopleStephen Colbert Is Right: Believing In God Is Crazy
During his wonderful interview with actress Ellen Page, Colbert explained his complicated relationship with his Catholic beliefs in a way that really resonated with me.
Mercy Not SacrificeSimple Theological Arguments Against the Death Penalty
Here are two theological reasons rooted in conservative theology that no evangelical should support Kelly Gissendaner’s execution or anybody else’s.