Fibonacci FaithYour Religious Pursuits: Manic Spirituality or Peaceful Intimacy
The sad reality with all this is that a manic search for perfection will inevitably become the very thing that puts true meaning, peace, and intimacy out of reach.
CranachFamily and Secularization
"A lot of the welfare state is actually picking up the pieces of the fractured western family."
Re-generacionSaving Guatemala, Rios Montt & the Silence of Complicity
We gravitate and only accept information if it confirms what we already believe, we dismiss information that contradicts our pre-determined biases.
Christ and Pop CultureStar Trek Into Misogynistic Darkness?
EidosIf Left Alone: What My Grandchildren Will See
The wages of sin is always death: cultural, economic, and social death.
Roger E. OlsonPractical Implications of Satanic Realism
Much evil in the world, in my opinion, cannot be explained solely by means of human sin.
Good LettersWhy We Can't Look Away
The body that suffers is still a body, and it is not enough for us to move through our days numbly, fearful of suffering ourselves.
Pilgrim's Road Trip40+ And The Church / The Connected Have Their Say
Beyond talk, I believe we need some prayerful, soul-searching conversation about how to cultivate growth in people in every stage of life.
Uncommon God, Common GoodIdol Makers
How can our churches with their symbols be viewed as sacred when they are built by human hands, and not the creation at large, when it is built by the hand of God?
Karen Spears ZachariasHow she sees the world
She is totally on her own. The only possible way for her to know what to do in a concert is by listening.
Jesus CreedDaniel Dennett's Unfollowed Rule of Charity
A list of rules promulgated many years ago by social psychologist and game theorist Anatol Rapoport.