Michael Wear joins Federalist Radio to discuss his experiences working on faith-based issues and outreach in the Obama White House.
Although 20 years have come and gone, Johnny Cash’s final albums still offer the listener a vision into what it means to live a life of faith.
Many people have a hard time finding the point of poetry, much less poetry that boasts of its nonsensical content; but poetry is the literature of compacted significance.
The film hints that the Japanese authorities learned that merely killing priests would not stamp out the faith. To accomplish that goal they needed something more.
The Christian church has struggled with compartmentalizing our lives long before teenage kids ignored their parents while scanning Facebook at the restaurant.
In politics and society, many things are portrayed as a dramatic zero-sum game—where a big winner and a big loser is the only possibility.
You cannot say one’s loss is easier or harder, better or worse than someone else’s, because you have no idea what they’re going through. Yet they—we—are not alone.
Rather than sinking into despair, here are proactive ways to channel life’s inevitable disappointments.
Audiences are ready for plays of faith, yet many theater companies are not, and they are missing the opportunity for larger houses as a result.
Months after the Supreme Court threw out Governor Bob McDonnell’s conviction, the Justice Department announced last week they would drop its corruption case against the former Virginia Governor.
If my fellow Christians can face the sword of ISIS, surely I can face a Donald Trump presidency.
Donald Trump’s most theological statement to date has been hiding in plain sight all along.
Neil deGrasse Tyson says we need a new country called Rationalia. Based on whose rationality?
A new book notes that many Catholic Enlightenment figures were philosophically and politically ahead of their better-known Protestant and atheist peers.
Beloved physician Oliver Sacks leaves behind a posthumous book ‘Gratitude,’ offering a valuable perspective on science, miracles, and everything in between.
I prayed, desperately, for God to not let my baby die. He didn’t answer that prayer. He answered a better one.
For some gut-level, intuitive reason, I have a stubborn suspicion that we’ll get to see Bowie again some day.
‘Galileo’s Middle Finger’ frets about political correctness ruining scientific research, but refuses to acknowledge that faith and tradition can help us understand the limits of science.
Christianity obviously doesn’t mean what you think it means. So stop making yourself out to be televangelists.
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