(RNS) — A gift to offer the Christian book lover on your list. You’re welcome.
(RNS) — Connecting with a sacred moment of servant-leadership can be done by looking for ways to incorporate humility into our daily lives.
When Mormon leaders lecture young people (or anyone else), it would be great if they could so without suggesting that anyone who has ever strayed from their carefully delineated path is under the influence of Satan.
(RNS) Many Christians have accepted secular standards of masculinity that are harmful to men, says Chandler Epp.
(RNS) The first visit of an American president to Hiroshima occasions a broader and ongoing debate about the ethics and strategic value of nuclear weapons.
(RNS) Transgender rights are the latest flare-up, pitting those who view freedom as flourishing within the body we’ve received, and those who view freedom as overcoming and redefining the body.
(RNS) The “Prayer of St. Francis” was not written by St. Francis, and many other great religious quotes can’t be traced to the famous people whose names are memed with them.
(RNS) For decades now, traditional Anglicans have watched leaders in the West abandon key components of historic Christianity.
(RNS) Yes, Brooks brings a lot of Christian thinkers into his work. But this is also good for the Jews.
The iconic Christian author addressed the space exploration and aliens at least twice. What he believed may surprise some of his faithful fans.
Does watching movies and television shows slowly and repeatedly make them more spiritually significant?
C.S. Lewis' comments on important topics such as hell and sexual chastity may surprise his modern Christian fans.
Join a warm and thoughtful discussion about the journey toward faith and home with Religion News Service's newest blogger.
Author C.S. Lewis is more popular 50 years after his death than during his lifetime.
(RNS) “Name another author whose books are being sold more now than they were when they were alive,” said HarperOne's Mickey Maudlin. “His vision for the Christian life is seemingly simple while being very complex."
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