Can we use the Internet to explain God to kids?
The New Yorker published an anti-Judaism cartoon. For shame.
WWHS. What would Hitchens say about what is going on today?
(RNS) — You don’t have to be clairvoyant to predict that those 'In God We Trust' signs will drive more Florida students into the nonbelievers’ camp.
(RNS) — Many people — including a large segment of evangelicals — fail to grasp the God-given distinction between the church and government.
(RNS) — At present many of the most hopeful occurrences of 2017 are likely hidden from our view.
(RNS) — 'Premising our rights on some supernatural benevolence is dangerous,' writes Andrew L. Seidel on the Bill of Rights Day (Dec. 15.)
(RNS) — 'Over three decades of ministry, I have seen both men and women struggle to live up to uni-dimensional caricatures of both hyper-masculinized manhood and hyper-feminized womanhood,' writes Julie Roys.
(USA Today) — After a succession of bewildering violence, questions arise: Why does evil exist? Why didn't God intervene?
(RNS) — It is not just the sun that is going into eclipse. It is human decency, and not just in Charlottesville.
(The Conversation) While the number of Americans who believe in God diminishes, the rational probabilities for the existence of a supernatural God have risen, writes Robert H. Nelson.
WASHINGTON (RNS) 'We are all made by the same God,' he said in a speech that emphasized commonalities among religious groups but is unlikely to mollify critics who accuse him of scapegoating Muslims and sending mixed messages on anti-Semitism.
When did we stop talking about a loving God?
(USA Today ) God was the most common theme mentioned by presidents in the 11 most searched inaugural addresses.
WASHINGTON (RNS) For some believers, a God who picks the president is a God close at hand. For skeptics, the belief can lead to catastrophic conclusions.