What is it about a certain death that causes a President to halt his agenda and take the pulpit?
Jon Krakauer’s new book “Missoula” and an episode of “Game of Thrones” have brought the issue of rape to the forefront of pop culture.
New app Collide is billed as “Tinder for Christians.” But are its founders Christians, and does that matter?
Evangelical lingo, part 2: I’m just humbled to be so raw and messy in sharing my God-shaped hole with you.
A deadly shooting at Seattle Pacific University yesterday has left us, again, with more questions than answers. What does an event like this do to a school’s psyche?
Ann B. Davis, most famous for playing Alice on “The Brady Bunch,” died on Sunday at the age of 88. She spent the last thirty-eight years of her life living and working with the Episcopal Church.
Jamie Coots, a southern pastor, died Saturday as the result of a snake bite sustained during a church service. What do we not understand about why sane people handle snakes in the name of God?
Shirley Temple Black died yesterday at the age of 85. She was the rare kind of celebrity who understood the fleeting nature of fame.
Going to a Christian college in Santa Barbara, it was hard to escape the shadow of Katy Perry. Every third person had known her growing up–they were in elementary school together, or sang in the same church choir, or took dance classes together. I even ended up at the same party as her sister once, […]