Children's literature provides one of the most uplifting, energizing, and soul-freeing pursuits for any child -- or any adult who cares about children.
... and make us all more secure. A pragmatic approach to nuclear disarmament.
Palestinian Christian activist Sami Awad on why nonviolence is key to Middle East justice.
How Texas decides what your children will study about our past.
What does holy scripture have to do with weapons of war? Not much.
Every single member of God's family is as important to God as you are.
As summer approaches, I look forward to the day, sometime in late July, when all the snow will finally be gone from Washington, D.C.
Will one-fourth of our citizenry be left in the digital ditch?
While aimed at the young, these wide-ranging pages brim with insight, imagination, and one sharp-dressed naked mole rat suitable for all.
Jim Wallis (“A Bad Morality Play,” February 2010) beautifully exposed the false dichotomy between greedy, casino capitalism and communism.
I was intrigued by Jim Wallis’ book excerpt and grateful for the challenges presented.
I would like to apologize to David Bazan on behalf of all believers as he calls us to task for letting him and others like him down.
While it is unfortunate that David Bazan (“Meditations on Dis-belief,” interview by Jeannie Choi, February 2010) has turned agnostic, his insights on why that happened are instructive t
Sami Awad’s vocation is to tear down walls in the Middle East.
Katherine Paterson is the author of more than 30 books for young readers.
I am Emergent and I Don't Fit the Stereotype by Julie CLawson