Emerging VoicesWe Refuse to Be Enemies
This family living outside of Bethlehem refuses to hate or to be embroiled in bitterness in their struggle to keep their farm.
Hindu 2.0A Brief History of Indian Classical Music
Divine Truth, artistically represented to perception and feeling, forms the center of the whole world of art.
The High CallingFive Ways to Be a Christian in the Workplace
I got the message. Of all the terrible things I could do at work, "religious expression" was probably the worst thing that could happen.
Kiwi MormonAnguished Musings on a Frayed Testimony
I feel frayed by my church experience of late. I don't need the church to be true — I just need it to be good.
Godless in Dixie!The Boxers of Christianity
As seen in Animal Farm, the Boxers and Clovers of our species deserve better than what some popular versions of Christianity have to offer them.
Post-Traumatic Church SyndromeHealing Spiritual Abuse with Creativity: Dancing Mindfulness
One of my favorite working definitions of creativity is the pursuit of thinking, feeling, and living outside of the proverbial box.
Pursued by TruthTop Ten Books for Fallen-Away Catholics
Here is a great list of books that communicate the grace and mystery of our faith in a way that is subtle, surprising, attractive, and respectful.
American Buddhist PerspectiveInfographic on Eastern Philosophy
This infographic developed by Superscholar.org could be a useful teaching tool, though it needs some revisions.
The Northampton SeminarRevolution in Islam?
Ahmed Vanya, a fellow at the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, has issued what amounts to a manifesto.
Anxious BenchInterpreting "America's Pastor"
In America's Pastor: Billy Graham and the Shaping of a Nation, historian Grant Wacker asks, "Why does Billy Graham matter?"