Why Evangelicals Should Care about Animals

As Christians we must apply our God-given right to rule creation to our daily choices.

Oregon College Shooting: How Should Christians Respond?

We can follow the example of our brothers and sisters in Charleston. When evil came knocking, forgiveness answered.

My Uncomfortable Audience with the Pope

In line to see the pope is where I first experienced the universal, catholic, Catholic Church.

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Does Faith Require Work On My Part?

A look at how the Bible defines faith, how we know we have it, and why we often lack it.

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8 Banned Books You Should Read

Banning “blasphemous” books shields deities, dogmas, and political demigods from criticism and scrutiny.

4 Ways We Get Masculinity Wrong

Our cultural ideas of manhood that vary significantly from biblical images of it.

(RNS1-nov8) Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber is a pastor at House for All Sinners and Saints, an Evangelical Lutheran Church in Denver. Bolz-Weber is photographed here speaking at the 2013 Religion Newswriters Conference in September. For use with RNS-FALSANI-COLUMN, transmitted on November 8, 2013, RNS photo by Sally Morrow.
The Church is For Losers: A Q&A with Nadia Bolz-Weber

The tattooed, profanity-loving Lutheran pastor wants nothing more than to tell it like it is.

Is My Husband Gay?

My husband, former Exodus International president, has gay attractions — but he’s attracted to me most.

10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About the New Charismatics

A grassroots Christian movement is renewing charismatic faith for the twenty-first century.

A Pope for People of All Faiths

Top faith leaders reflect on lasting impressions from Pope Francis’ recent visit to America.

The Question That Can Destroy Your Marriage

You can’t rewrite history, so why not try to make tomorrow’s history a little better instead?