Amidst the loneliness and suffering caused by the extended lockdowns, Americans have an opportunity to reconnect with their Creator.
While 1 in 3 Americans now exhibit signs of clinical anxiety and depression, faith can be the vaccine to a nation’s insanity.
Reopenings that place higher priority on opening secular services while keeping churches closed reveal a nation where many no longer see faith as essential.
Listening to British comedy legends Russell Brand and Ricky Gervais discuss everything from ‘The Office’ to God and atheism is exactly what your stay-at-home self needs right now.
The pandemic rages, and death is everywhere. Maybe it’s in the darkest of days that we’re most aware of the resurrection — and more in search of the Light.
Disney’s additions to the ‘Star Wars’ universe, such as ‘The Mandalorian,’ are welcome returns to the religious underpinnings of the originals.
Believers who think they can follow Christ without his church are on the road to unbelief and isolation. According to all the best evidence we have, do-it-yourself Christianity rapidly ends in apostasy.
He is brain porn for Christians disenchanted with the institutional church, when they should be working on their real-life churches instead.
Start with the classics, don’t be afraid to skip around, and know the book’s intended audience to figure out if it’s right for you.
David Brooks joins Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the American cultural collapse of faith, trust, and community.
Two graduates from Harvard Divinity School (where else?) began a podcast called ‘Harry Potter and the Sacred Text.’ Some people are taking it way too seriously.
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