Popular music generally and Americana in particular are full of Christian relics—images, sounds, and pictures that innately yearn for their spiritual fulfillment.
Happiness as a Second Language author Valerie Alexander writes at The Huffington Post about internet bullying. She is outraged by cruel memes and mobile photos of our frumpy neighbors. Can we treat people[...]
To mark the release of a documentary about his life, Stephen Hawking was recently interviewed by the BBC. Hawking gave this reply when asked about assisted suicide: “I think those[...]
The Miller family seems to have life figured out: They travel, live simply, and share their stories with others. Their hippie blog shares their lives as homeschooling global pilgrims who[...]
In addition to theological issues, the PCUSA’s decision to not include “In Christ Alone” in their new hymnal relates to another issue, that of how churches should handle copyrighted worship materials.[...]
What I’d struggled to say for years, crime-novel author J. Mark Bertrand easily proclaims at The Gospel Coalition.
When there’s nothing after death, it makes sense that a human project would be created to defy death itself. As Luc Ferry, writes in his book, A Brief History of[...]
I will be the first to admit that I take all of the cliche photos you find on Instagram. Yesterday, I came across this link on Mashable, and suddenly, I was[...]