How many churches today are led by ministers who have lost their faith? Can churches learn to accept and support them?
The existence of clergy without belief is neither rare nor trivial.
Pope Benedict the XVI cannot escape responsibility for clerical sex abuse scandals in Europe.
Part 19 of the OnFaith Forum “Disbelief in the Pulpit.”
Part one of the OnFaith Forum “Disbelief in the Pulpit.”
There is no “solution” to the problem of evil.
Not only is there no media bias against Christianity, but a double-standard exists.
We can all be good for goodness’ — not God’s — sake.
Giving our children the balanced, religious education that they deserve.
When personal convictions and empirical data clash.
The long road to political secularism in American politics.
Sayed Parwiz Kambakhsh and the necessity for political freedom.
Making sense of of Mother Teresa’s agonies of doubt.
The case for compulsory “religious” education in schools.
What can political rhetoric tell us about religion in America today?
How religious zealotry led the United States into a twenty-first century crusade.
Re-branding secularism: what it means to be a public atheist in American discourse today.
Preserving democratic secularism in the face of a growing faction of religious extremism.
Why it’s important to give children a lesson in historical perspective when sharing our beliefs with them.