The Caffeinated Riots: The Reverse Perversion of Teenage Suicides

When young teenagers are driven to kill themselves, the bullies are not the only one’s at fault, we are too. And when they kill themselves, they are killing a piece of humanity. When we allow the death of innocent teenagers to take place, we support the very perversion we say we’re against. We perpetuate the reverse perversion of the Big Other. We can’t idylly sit by and talk about loving our neighbour any longer. [Read more...]

Blessed Are The Socially Awkward: A Review of “The Social Network”

“The truth behind the movie “The Social Network” is that we are social beings and that we crave networks, be they digital or real.” Read Pop Theology blogger Ryan Parker’s review of this fall’s smash hit about the creator of Facebook. [Read more...]

Does Prayer Really Make A Difference?

“I believe that God intervenes in our world at times, but I remain convinced that it is our mission to partner our works with the faith we exhibit during prayer.” Read this, and other responses from different faith traditions, on the efficacy of prayer from our new What Do I Really Believe Series? [Read more...]


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