More on Faith

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7 Ways to Think about Earthquakes and God

An atheist considers the options.

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Amid Families’ Grief, Religious Perspectives on Suicide Are Shifting

Religious traditions are beginning to embrace the view that those who take their own lives don’t always have full control over their actions.

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Wrestling with Disaster, Suicide, and God

In a sea of grief, maybe a loving God is there — and that hope is what can keep us floating.

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Why You Need to Stop With the “Underdog” Complex

For a country full of Goliaths, we’re awfully obsessed with being David.

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What the Freedom Summer Volunteers Can Teach Us About Faith

Looking back at the Freedom Summer movement half a century later.

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Why I’m Faithless at OnFaith

An atheist considers what it means to be a part of a conversation on faith.

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Is Faith in the Devil a House of Cards?

Some Christians think that if they don’t believe in the devil, their faith will fall apart. Maybe they need to play more poker.

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How a Disillusioned Pastor’s Daughter Found Her Way Back to Church

I was raised in the church, but I had to leave it if I was ever going to make it home.

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Are Millennials Really Leaving the Church? Yes — but Mostly White Millennials 

All the hand-wringing stories about young adults leaving religion overlooks the vibrancy and growth of multiethnic churches.

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What You Lose When You Lose Everything (Or Even if it Just Feels that Way)

My hope and faith dissipated along with our loss of income, family and friends.