DENVER (RNS) — The best-selling author, preacher and professor on finding community in an age of seeking.
Jon Sweeney's new biography of Phyllis Tickle has some new revelations about the life and marriage of one of our era's most beloved Christian writers.
(RNS) — Once pastor of a thriving evangelical church, Dave Schmelzer took his congregation in a new direction, kicking off what he hopes will be a 'New Jesus Movement.'
'If what we believe is what we see is what we do is who we are,' David Dark argues, 'there's no getting away from religion.'
From Minions to modesty, the top ten Mormon blog stories of the year.
LUCY, Tenn. (RNS) After learning of her Stage IV lung cancer diagnosis last spring, the renowned spirituality author said: “Am I grateful for this? Not exactly. But I’m not unhappy about it. And that’s very difficult for people to understand.”
(RNS) The Wisconsin governor uses a popular devotional book to signal to evangelicals that they have the same reading material on their nightstands.
(RNS) Women increasingly show signs of joining men in letting go of that soulful search for meaning. Who's got time?
The controversial author says Christians are now living in "the age of the Spirit."
While you weren't looking, Phyllis Tickle and Nadia Bolz-Weber went to the C21 conference AND SWITCHED PLACES. It's true.
(RNS) Vague Jews and "mushy Christians" have a lot in common. Survey after survey finds many people who don't know or care about doctrine or practice still proudly claim a religious brand identity.
From the Indigo Girls to Nadia Bolz-Weber, here are some highlights from this weekend's Wild Goose Festival in North Carolina. (P.S. The weather was NOT a highlight.)
Shazam! The Wild Goose Festival has released its initial lineup for the August mountain shindig, and they nailed it.
(RNS) Heaven is hot -- just ask any bookseller in America. Folks have been going to heaven with amazing regularity lately. They look around then come back to report on the trip. For publishers, it's a lucrative journey.