Battling Ebola is about more than just beating back a deadly virus that attacks the body. It’s about persuading people that traditional religion and contemporary medicine aren’t at odds.
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No one comes close to having the qualifications of the longtime head of Reform Judaism’s policy shop.
If atheists are going to demand equal rights—and we should—we should also be prepared to advocate for the rights of other groups, regardless of whether or not we agree with them on the subject of God. Anything less is hypocritical.
I didn’t overflow with love for our new puppy at first. I just wanted to keep her alive. And that was enough.
With a certain amused satisfaction, I suspect.
An American living in Iraq says the media is overlooking the nationalistic aspirations of Iraqi Christian communities. He adds that U.S. evangelicals share blame for the current crisis.
Taking the long view: Feelings toward Protestants, Catholics and Jews have equalized over time.
Guest blog post: The debate over recidivism rates of sex offenders shouldn’t be the focus when it comes to protecting children.
Thanks to Hobby Lobby, libertarian secularists may now find themselves unable to reconcile their economic principles with their support for a religiously neutral government.
The trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey was just released. What can the church learn from the popularity of a series devoted to sex?