Mainstream Christians can learn from Christian Science’s rise and steep decline, and see its new incarnation in ‘Moralistic Therapeutic Deism.’
Is there a place for us on Sunday mornings where the week’s headlines aren’t repeated or subtly inserted into the liturgy, where God is at the center of the conversation, not a politician?
The speed, intensity, and content of criticism of the death penalty pronouncement suggest a fundamental disrespect for the office and person of the pope.
For a Christian, there are no stakes in a cosmic sense for anything we observe in the news: Christ will come victorious. Our job is to endure in hope, and share that hope with others.
Evangelical politics as an alliance between Roy Moore and Donald Trump illustrates a crisis of evangelical political activism and theology.
The outrage and hysteria over Trump should confirm what should have been obvious during the Obama years: progressives have turned politics into a religion.
Politicians have no business directing or defining patriotism for the rest of us. That goes for Barack Obama. And also for Donald Trump.
Can a belief in American exceptionalism and the Christian gospel coexist in harmony? A new book probes our history of civil religion.
Does waterboarding deliver terrorists from the devil or give them salvation? What does it say about someone’s view of baptism if this is a joking matter?
With no more westward land to conquer colonize settle, where is manifest destiny calling us? What is the next frontier?
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