Did a minor tweak to the application of Roman Catholic law doom the formerly ubiquitous anchovy pizza? And, if so, what can that tell us about religion?
These pastel-colored marshmallow monstrosities must be destroyed.
This somewhat overlooked telling of the story of Exodus is serious and beautiful for adults and kids.
Those conducting an electric chair execution don’t do it as spectator sport, seeing how creatively and how long they can inflict the worst possible pain, suffering, and humiliation while stalling death.
This podcast is insightful, entertaining, and will almost certainly make you laugh. Knox McCoy and Jamie Golden examine biblical history in a delightful way.
Lent lingers. It lasts for weeks, requiring patience and a commitment that spans not hours or days but more than a month.
Whatever the reason you went to church on Easter, God is glad you were there, not because he needs you, but because you need him — more than once a year.
It could be that the disciples—a bunch of cowardly goatherds and fishermen—had secret ninja powers. Or just maybe, Jesus actually rose from the grave.
Easter is about more than bunnies and baskets. Here’s how you can transcend the commercial, and spend more time reverently preparing for Easter Sunday.
Pretty Parisians get more attention than the exotic brown people terrorists kill. But we must not avert our eyes or fail to act.
Something extraordinary happened to convince many people, including early Christian persecutor Paul, that their messiah had risen.
Christians probably just don’t trust TV networks any more. Besides, in ‘The Passion,’ Fox was serving them the same pablum they can get anywhere.
If the world truly were good, and God real and loving, why would Peeps exist?
When Ted Cruz discusses the “body of Christ,” the “full armor of God” or other passages from Scripture, our media put their religious ignorance on display.
Three reasons Christians should consider celebrating the Jewish festival of Passover.
Consider the value of Good Friday from the perspective of a liturgical calendar minimalist
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