More on Paul Tillich

Listening is a form of faith

The Protestant theologian, Paul Tillich, spoke of faith as an act of ultimate concern. Faith then is not the conclusion … Continued

JPMorgan and the problem of hubris

TIMOTHY A. CLARY AFP/GETTY IMAGES People walk past the JP Morgan Chase Building on Park Avenue May 15, 2012 in … Continued

Christ without Christianity; religion without spirit

Author Anne Rice said last week that she was ‘quitting Christianity:’ The once-lapsed Catholic wrote that she was could no … Continued

God is One, but humanity is not

No matter how many times you divide infinity, it remains infinite. The same is true for the infinite God. God … Continued

Dr. Woodyard’s half century of inspiration

By Andrew H. PincusDenison University Fifty years is a remarkable commitment in any profession. Dr. David O. Woodyard has been … Continued

The dangers of a National Day of Prayer

Q: Did the Pentagon do the right thing by disinviting evangelist Franklin Graham from a National Day of Prayer event … Continued

Preachers who don’t believe: The scandal of apostate pastors

The new report “Preachers Who Are Not Believers” gives cause to remove unbelieving ministers from the pulpit.

Many kinds of faith, many kinds of doubt

Non-believing clergy should be “moved out,” but there are other forms of doubt in the pulpit to consider.

Atheism and the myth of redemptive suffering

A number of readers have taken me to task for saying that I would never again answer a question like, … Continued

Pat Robertson’s dated theology

Q: Many have criticized Pat Robertson’s suggestion that the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti was the work of the devil or … Continued