Does watching movies and television shows slowly and repeatedly make them more spiritually significant?
The reaction to Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘conscious uncoupling’ is more than just another case of busting on the clueless celebrity. It is, rather, an outcry against a form of naming that just feels false.
It’s been a contentious week in the religious blogosphere. For the sake of our nation (and our world) — and the people in this whole, diverse, wild, human family, I hope we can share civil words about what we believe is at stake.
Strange things are happening at Cedarville University. Inside the inconsistencies (and just plain weirdness) of the ‘complementarian crackdown’ at the fundamentalist Ohio university.
Can a man ever know what it is like to grow up female in fundamentalism? Disney’s ‘Frozen’ and the vulnerability of purity culture.
Middle-class parents today engage in a lot of “concerted cultivation” of their kids in the fear that they’ll be left behind their peers. But what if kids actually need a little more time to be bored?
An organization ministering to adults who’ve been sexually abused by clergy opens a “renewal center” for hope and healing.
Many of us are anxious parents; inclined toward the ‘helicopter’ variety. But new research suggests overparenting, overeducating, and overworrying isn’t helping us. Time to have faith in the kids.
Christian financial guru Dave Ramsey calls those who disagree with him “shallow” and “immature.” But aside from whether his advice is “Christian” — is it actually sound?