Over the course of the health-care debate, voices of faith have been raised about the moral values at stake beneath the policy discussions.
Recently, the Conservative Bible Project has made some headlines.
My first job after college forever changed the way I prayed. Before I started it, I prayed that God would show me how to best serve him after receiving my diploma.
I have a neighbor who has a little maxim he uses to explain much of what he sees on the news or reads about in the local paper.
"He who sings prays twice." -- Saint Augustine
"What's going on?" -- Marvin Gaye
If there had been a way to power-wash my brain, I would have done it.
The gender discussion in the church today is captured succinctly by New Testament scholar Gordon Fee in http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?et=1102710879856&s=5547&e=0012JIqccVLH7ea6GyBLMz
What could be more joyful than rediscovering our God-given role as caretakers, stewards, and lovers of creation?
Have you ever noticed how every day language is used to manipulate and shape rather than describe reality? Here is one example.
I approach the discussion about health-care reform from the perspective of an urban