It’s for anyone who wishes to reflect, change and grow
A Church-Shaped Hole in Our Lives
For many, God is dead. But some atheists regret no longer having the comforts and psychological benefits that stem from religion.
Selling Social Justice Short
What are we to do in a world where corporations have assumed the voice of social justice?
My Unexpected Homecoming At Church
I could see the beauty and love and goodness that the Catholic Church is supposed to embody; the omnipresent and debilitating shame and guilt I remembered were nowhere to be found.
Fa-La-La-L’Chaim: Why It’s Okay For Jews to Celebrate Christmas
After all, Santa might be Jewish, right Megyn Kelly?
Jesus Wasn’t White, But Santa Definitely Is
Santa has the complexion of an egg. He is obese, and he rarely speaks in complete sentences. Not only is Santa white, it also seems that he is from Mississippi.
Sorry, Merriam-Webster—My Word of the Year: God
God is in the news much more than science. And He is also very popular on social media.
He’s No Secular Saint: The Trojan Pope
Francis is being embraced by secularists for his secular-friendly statements. But they are in for a big surprise.
It’s Social Ties—Not Religion—That Makes the Faithful Give to Charity
Over the last twenty years, one of the most stunning changes to the American social landscape has been the dramatic rise in the percentage of Americans who report having no religious affiliation—the group that has come to be …
Discrimination and Hate Speech in the United Methodist Church
A pastor who was suspended for officiating at his son’s same-sex marriage speaks out
Adam Levine: People’s Sexiest Man, But Not Sexiest Mensch
Don’t tell me there weren’t any nice boys who could have been the first Jewish Sexiest Man Alive.
As Catholic Bishops Meet, Culture Wars Trump Poverty
Pope Francis has called for a change in the Catholic agenda, but it’s not clear that the Bishops have gotten the memo
The Case for Raising Your Child With Two Religions
Americans are leaving behind single-faith identities. According to a 2009 study by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, almost one quarter of all Americans attend religious services of more than one faith or denomination. Interfaith marriages are increasingly common, with families who are Jewish-Christian constituting the first …