How Oneness Changes Everything: A Q&A with Author Ratanjit Sondhe

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“I realized that I was not the CEO, our values were our CEO. We made a list of our values and when we made a decision, we evaluated them against not my opinion but our values. As a result we made many decisions that I might not have made on my own and we had [Read More...]

Teach Us to Want: A Q&A with Author Jen Pollock Michel


In her new book, Teach Us To Want, Jen Pollock Michel guides us on a journey of understanding who we are when we want, and reintroduces us to a God who gives us the desires of our hearts. Pollock Michel is a regular contributor for Christianity Today’s Her.meneutics and writes for Today in the Word, [Read More...]

A Spirit Walker’s Guide to Shamanic Tools: A Q&A with Author Evelyn C. Rysdyk

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“When we choose to re-enter into relationship with the spirits, we shift our perceptions of what is real or possible and so can more easily manifest creative solutions to our current issues. In expanding our awareness, we change the landscape of possibilities that are open to us.” – Evelyn C. Rysdyk, author and shamanic teacher [Read More...]

Got Religion? A Q&A with Naomi Schaefer Riley


“If you have been reading the surveys and looking around at your own congregation and thinking that the average age of the people in the pews seems to be creeping up, Got Religion? will help sort out some of the data, but it will also provide some suggestions for ways that other congregations of various religious stripes [Read More...]

In Praise of Slowness: A Q&A with Slow Church authors Chris Smith and John Pattison


“By learning to live a slow, attentive life together in our churches, we give our neighbors and the world a tiny but irresistible taste of a life that is rich, vibrant and full of meaning. Isn’t that ultimately what everybody wants?” – Christopher Smith, author, Slow Church This month at the Patheos Book Club, we’re featuring the [Read More...]

God and the Gay Christian: A Q&A with Matthew Vines

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“Jesus indicates in the Sermon on the Mount that good teachings should bear good fruit. The consequences of the evangelical church’s categorical rejection of same-sex relationships have been anything but good: higher likelihoods of depression, illegal drug use, relational brokenness, and suicide. Those are all red flags that opposing same-sex marriage isn’t the best understanding [Read More...]

Arms Open Wide: A Q&A with Sherri Gragg

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“I have heard so many people express their belief that God is an angry God, waiting to pass judgment on them when they fail. I hope after reading my book, they forever see Him as a loving Father who welcomes us to His table with arms open wide.” — Sherri Gragg This month at the [Read More...]