Obviously, I’m a little biased, but I was once again impressed by the site’s depth and breadth of coverage.
Christians must seriously consider what, exactly, informs and shapes our primary identity. (Hint: It’s not Republican politics.)
If the Bible has room for Job, Psalm 88, and Lamentations, then the Church’s music should have room for such content, too.
As I’ve heard more stories from folks my age about their church experiences, I realize how fortunate I was as a kid.
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How do I make sense of JPUSA’s positive influence on my life in light of the damage it’s done in the lives of so many others?
I might want to live an epic life of greatness, but I’m not sure that I can. Furthermore, I’m not even sure that I’m supposed to want to live such a life.
This may be the only anime article you’ll read that mentions Bertrand Russell in a review of Attack on Titan.
David Silverman says the film highlights “the negative impact that religion has on grief.”
There’s more to a biblical translation than meets the eye.
In trying to determine what, exactly, those early chapters of Genesis really mean, it’s possible that we miss out on what they’re trying to tell us.