Patheos Movie Club: The Letters
A film by William Riead
THE LETTERS stars the acclaimed four-time BAFTA nominated British Actress Juliet Stevenson as Mother Teresa in a transformational performance that spans over 50 years.
Godless in DixieAdvice for Our Young Apologist Friends
In our debate with these young eager college Christians, I forgot to bring my apologetics bingo card, but we marked off most of the usual squares.
A Contemplative FaithSanctity and Struggle: The Chaotic Inner Lives of Saints
To follow Jesus is to consign oneself to a lifelong attempt to sort out the "many wills" that dance cacophonously within us.
iMortalIs It Okay to Drop Virtual Nuclear Bombs?
Here's the question: Is it immoral to do immoral things in a video game?
Uncommon God, Common GoodShould Ethics Be "Biologicized"?
What if the majority of people determine to engage in eugenic policies for the sake of our greater pleasure as a society bound up with the GNP?
Allergic PaganWhy Pagans Hate "Witches of America"
Paganism is often described as a "religion without converts," but some of Mar's readers seem angry that she didn't convert.
Wild Fox Zen"After Buddhism": The Ongoing Exploration of the Buddhadharma
I found After Buddhism to be a smart and delightful read and am grateful to Batchelor for the decade-long process that resulted in this book.
Standing On My HeadTen Positive Principles of Personal Wealth
We should be clear. Poverty is not a virtue on its own. The poor are not blessed because they are poor.
AtheologyThe Second Coming and Christianity's Decisive Failure
Clearly Jesus and the early Christians got both the timing and the event wrong.
EidosHoliday Advice: How to Deal with Your Crazy Evangelical Uncle
If you must meet one of us socially, I shall give you five techniques to make your dinner with someone such as I am much more enjoyable.