Paul

Let any who doubt the lamentable state of theological education among Christians in America consider this fact: Right now
You Belong To Me, a novel by Colin Harrison Reviewed by Lloyd I Sederer, MD You need not be “into” maps, as is the protagonist
PAUL SIMON / THE CONCERT IN HYDE PARK When many of Paul Simon’s fans discover their hero is releasing a new album, they assume
British nonprofit press Comma will forgo American titles in favor of Arabic writers, writers of Muslim heritage and refugees.
Jesus didn't go to church. Scholars of early Christianity have long known this. The earliest gospels that recount his life never describe him attending church.
To make matters worse, this vision is quite dangerous. As pieces of God's property, what is it appropriate for us to do? You
There are no divine projects without human ones, and while we can point to tradition or even sacred holy writ, Jesus seems to be warning to beware if you begin to think that in a holy book alone you have life, without also listening to the human cries behind that holy book.
Only when we recognize the common humanity that we all share will we all be free. We cannot treat one another as if we can do without the other. We are too interconnected.
Parents can opt out of having their kids vaccinated for either philosophical or religious reasons, depending on the state. Posturing as a defender of individual liberty, when people already have it, is selfish political grandstanding and nothing more.
Inerrancy, literalism, or unexamined belief in the Bible, why does Fundamentalism still have a strong hold on so many Christians today?
Although "bid" is not as sharp "bribe" it was also not as accurate. Truth be told, at the heart of the life of the Apostle Paul there was not only a bribe, albeit a "polite" one, but actually an apostolic betrayal!
In a much overlooked description of 'the Essenes', attributed to the Third-Century Early Church theologian Hippolytus in Rome, there exists a completely original version of Josephus' famous description of them.
In today's bitterly divided U.S. Senate, there are at least two lawmakers on opposite ends of the ideological spectrum who have found a way to work together.