Progressive religious writer Nadia Bolz-Weber maintains the evangelical purity culture she hates but flips the identification of the pure and the impure. She redefines sin and reassigns shame.
It’s not at all clear that the free people of the world are still willing to make the choices—let alone the requisite sacrifices—to protect our rights and liberties.
Purity Culture is a lazy, convenience-based solution to a complex spiritual problem, one that has cost many their mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing.
Infertility is not a traumatic event but rather a state of being traumatized, so the stages of recovery and grief become a way of life, not a stage of life.
It’s time to stop prostrating ourselves for words or actions that some people find offensive or over which we have absolutely no control.
If we can find out whom to blame and avoid their mistakes, then those horrible, awful child-abduction, battery-swallowing, sudden-infant-death nightmares will never come true for us.
‘Bloodline’ exposes the cumulative effect of hidden secrets, the energy and the lies it takes to cover them up, and the explosive result when they are revealed too late.
Erick Erickson is right that Republicans who support Donald Trump owe Bill Clinton an apology. Talk about hypocrisy.
To accept abortion, we’ve had to divide personhood from the unborn. Yet in miscarriage, that false divide comes back to haunt us.
How the Internet reacted to Emma Watson’s United Nations speech indicates it’s time to pierce the hoaxes and refuse to feel shame for speaking truth.
It is time we get over the outdated notion of being ashamed of shame.
The problem that haunts all movies that are significantly about sex is that bodies photograph better and more easily than souls.
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