May 26, 2015

America is not a “Christian nation.” It is a nation full of people who were raised Christian. Read more

May 22, 2015

Writer Craig Brown of The Sound, a weekly based in Seacoast New Hampshire, sat in on a “Pub Theology” meet-up in Newburyport, MA. On the screen the Red Sox are losing their match-up against the Toronto Blue Jays. But those gathered aren’t the usual baseball devotees there for the game. This is a bimonthly meeting of Pub Theology Newburyport, and the group is there to discuss religion, spirituality, “Star Wars,” the riots in Baltimore, and everything in between. Pub Theology… Read more

May 19, 2015

An easy career path can kill your passion–luckily, in today’s economy, there are very few easy career paths. Read more

May 15, 2015

A new dating app called Collide works like Tinder…for Christians. Read more

May 12, 2015

Faithbox founders Willie Morris and Cory Maxwell-Coghlan are quite literally selling Christianity–it costs about $25 a month. I try to figure out what a Christian subscription service that includes chocolate bars and inspirational cards says about modern-day faith. Read more

May 8, 2015

Anorexia mirabilis–miraculous anorexia–as experienced by a modern-day, non-Catholic woman. Read more

May 5, 2015

Eve Tushnet and I finish a three-part conversation on Catholicism from a former Catholic and converted Catholic’s perspectives. This round: what it means to be Catholic. Read more

May 1, 2015

In 19 US states, white Christians are a minority thanks to more “nones” and rising numbers of Hispanic Catholics. Read more

April 28, 2015

Eve Tushnet, a Catholic convert, and me, a lapsed Catholic, talk about why we *don’t* love every piece of Catholicism. The second in a series. Read more

April 24, 2015

On the Monday of Holy Week this year, several church leaders and members got together to stage a strange protest: they flipped over a table in the lobby of prison builder Howard S. Wright’s offices. Read more

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