The Hebrew scriptures recount time and again how God blesses the earth with enough provision and food for its inhabitants.
After my recent intense post about the rapture that has come and gone, I thought I'd write about a very light topic:
When we think about world events, we often think about them in relation to larger-than-life people -- the leaders of nations or of revolutions.
On my personal blog, I traced my journey on the issue of homosexuality and explored the cha
The killing of Osama bin Laden brings partial closure to the long war against al Qaeda.
As I discuss more fully in my book, Global Warming and the Risen LORD, in the United States we are behind in our effo
One of the things that make the work of fighting global slavery so difficult is that people feel defeated by the sheer size and scope of the problem.
Retired Catholic Bishop Samuel Ruíz Garcia, known as the champion of the poor and indigenous in southern Mexico, died January 24 of complications from diabetes. He was 86.