Friendly AtheistA Renewed Case for Ending Tax Exemptions
The landmark victory for marriage equality has spurred fear on the Right that this is just the beginning, and they're somewhat justified in their fears.
The AnchoressGay Outreach and the "Stumble" into Pastoral Love
Ideally, our catechism should urge us toward empathetic love. Heather King's remarkable new book, Stumble, better explains my meaning.
The High CallingFour Stages of a Leader's Spiritual Growth
Why do some people feel compelled to pursue inner truth, while others are content with their car, house, and weekend football on TV?
The Evangelical PulpitSex and the Spiritual Realm
Gordon Dalbey's latest book, Pure Sex: The Spirituality of Desire, eloquently grounds sexual desire in its rightful place in the cosmos: the spiritual realm.
AgoraHonoring the Liminal Gods
While the Irish Gods clearly have established myths and stories, have history, the liminal Gods don't.
Unsystematic TheologyThe Danger of Asking Hard Questions
It's always been dangerous to ask hard questions. Perhaps never more than now in these institutions, many of which face perilous and precarious futures.
Rhetoric Race and ReligionA Presidential Eulogy
Here is the text and video of President Obama’s eulogy of the Rev. Clementa Pickney.
Energy MagicMoon Magic: The Ultimate Versatility
Nearly all goals can be phrased in such a way as to use the energy of the moon phase in which you are working.
HindtrospectivesTrying on Muslim
Here is one woman's journey from a Christian seminary to saying the Shahada.