David Phillips Hansen’s new book, Native Americans, the Mainline Church, and the Quest for Interracial Justice, is a sobering and important exploration of the historical, theological, and social relationships between the church and native peoples. [Read more…]
The message above recently appeared on the sign outside of a church in my neighborhood. [Read more…]
There’s new denying that a lot of bad stuff happened in 2016, but it’s also worth remembering that some really great things happened this past year. Here are ten of them: [Read more…]
The question we’re asked most frequently is How can I find an Unfundamentalist Church?
Randal Rauser’s and Justin Schieber’s new book, An Atheist and a Christian Walk into a Bar, is a welcome entry into the field of Christian/Atheist dialog. [Read more…]
A reader asks how we can call ourselves Christians when we don’t believe in the Bible … [Read more…]
We’re often asked how people can be Christian and vote for a pro-choice candidate. In answering that question, these are some important points to consider: [Read more…]
As so many people resoundingly reject the hypocrisy, hate, homophobia, and misogyny of the Christian church, they also often leave behind the spiritually nurturing aspects of religious life and find themselves adrift in a post-church world. [Read more…]