Although we often place it in a romantic frame, the first epistle to the Corinthians wasn’t written to a married couple.
Lecrae’s popularity has been brewing for a few years, but the rapper became the hottest Christian in the mainstream this month.
How I used the story of Joseph as a way to speak with the kids at my church about unaccompanied minors at the border.
In baseball, the danger to one’s body is incidental. In football, violence is the point.
Ebola could infect a million or more people — unless experienced organizations form strategic partnerships now.
Jordan Rice’s goal for his newly launched Renaissance Church is to love Harlem without changing it.
A Southern California synagogue dedicated to the idea that there is no God exemplifies America’s recent turn toward secularism. Is that a good thing?
Why I’m drawn to the religion of the Nones.
If Jesus had to name his faith affiliation, would he identify with today’s institutional religions — or mark “None of the Above”?
Set your stereotypes aside and get to know atheists all over again.
How many churches today are led by ministers who have lost their faith? Can churches learn to accept and support them?
Six ways in which the Bible makes more sense if read as a work of fantasy.
How 2014’s Bible controversies give evangelicals a chance to read scripture more faithfully.
Can you believe your way to health and wealth? Prosperity teachers say yes — and they misuse these Bible verses to convince millions of people that they’re right.
That Bible everyone’s reading, quoting, arguing about, using to defend their positions? It’s not the real Bible.
All you need to know about the upcoming Jewish holidays so you can holler “L’shanah tovah!” without looking like a shmendrick.