by Ashley Baxstrom Forget everything you think you know about America.
by Amy Levin For those bizarre folks who follow, track, analyze, or write about religion and media, it is high time you give up these 5 tired tropes.
Amy Levin: They say there’s a fine line between belief and non-belief, but for those whose job depends on that line, the difference is about as great as the distance from Jesus to, well, sin.
by Becky Garrison A report form the 11th Annual Trans-Health Conference in Philadelphia.
Ok, so it's not always daily. But it is more than links.
by S. Brent Plate Meaning is produced by, in, and through social, political, and economic institutions, cultural and religious forces, technology, education, and human bodily engagement with the physical world.
By Ashley Baxstrom The first rule of Fight Club is, you do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is, you talk about Jesus at Fight Club.
By Alex Thurston 9/11 changed the trajectory of Islamic humanitarian agencies in Africa and around the world...The US government suspected some Islamic charities of not really being charities at all, but rather fronts for transnational terrorist funding.
What’s missing here, and in so many similar arguments, is that religion works.
Joe McKnight: Walter Wink was, among other things, an outspoken critic of the “biblically-based” homophobia that has long plagued Christianity.
Joe McKnight: Mark Oppenheimer’s explanation of liberation theology underscores the theology’s fundamental principles which are often wholly overlooked or deliberately maligned by President Obama’s detractors.