Adam Taylor is the author of Mobilizing Hope: Faith-Inspired Activism for a Post-Civil Rights Generation.
Writers who want to let both their faith and their creativity run free are finding a home in the Christian literary underground
When it comes to God and country, who are we? And who might we become?
To prevent future food-price bubbles, the world must stop gambling on hunger.
Christians should resist the election season's attack-mode politics of race.
After more than 200 years of constitutional democracy, it may be time to try something completely different.
President Obama announced at the end of August that "the American combat mission in Iraq has ended." Watching the speech and listening to the commentary, I was gripped by a deep sadness.
For more than 15 years, I didn't go to church (except for lots of visits in my professional capacity). When I was in my early 20s, the Episcopal church I attended regularly split.
The summer's weather can safely be described as biblical, in the sense that newspaper writers generally use the word -- that is, loud, scary, and dangerous.
"For God so loved the world ..." Lately John 3:16 won't leave me alone. It hovers above my shoulder as I read The Washington Post. Really, God? You love this world?
Your article "The Persistence of Patriarchy" (by Anne Eggebroten, July 2010) said that at Grace Community Church "God is male, all the pastors, deacons, and elders are male, and women are taught to
Thank you for the excellent feature article on the reality of sex trafficking of minors in Atlanta ("Selling Our Children," by Letitia Campbell, August 2010).
His friend Martha's making soup, because you still / have to eat. Meanwhile, back in the Garden /
During November we reach the conclusion of the church year. We remember our dead and ponder the God of life. We begin Advent and the season of alert waiting for the newness that God will give.
I enjoyed reading Danny Duncan Collum's article ("Why Glenn Beck Hates Community Organizers").
Here is a list of resources that will help further develop an understanding of Ayn Rand's philosophy, view of religion, and connection to libertarianism and Tea Party ideology.