We had a lot of great podcast conversations this year. So, let’s count down the top five most-downloaded of episodes of Baptist Without An Adjective and the top ten most-downloaded episodes of Dangerous Dogma.
Retired Anglican Archbishop Desmond Mpilo Tutu, the man who became synonymous with South Africa’s nonviolent struggle against apartheid, died Sunday at the age of 90. Tutu was diagnosed with prostate cancer almost two decades ago.
In day 18 of our Unsettling Advent devotional series, Word&Way Editor-in-Chief Brian Kaylor reflects on the news of a camel escaping from a live nativity in Kansas.
The Angel Tree program of Prison Fellowship and similar ministries are part of an effort by some faith groups and congregations to bring Christmas cheer — and connection — to prisoners and their kids.
The Washington National Cathedral — whose policies often set the tone for churches in the area — said they were moving all services online during the holiday season. Washington, D.C. currently has the highest COVID-19 case rates in the country.
In this issue of A Public Witness, we take off the extra layers to expose the anti-cheek turning rhetoric employed by the Trump family and their preachers. Then we go the extra mile to consider what we can learn about this effort from another presidential effort
In day 26 of our Unsettling Advent devotional series, Voices Editor Jeremy Fuzy reflects on canceled Christmas plans due to Omicron and the teaching to love your neighbor as yourself.
In episode 30 of Dangerous Dogma, Bruce Chilton, professor of religion at Bard College, talks about his new book The Herods: Murder, Politics, and the Art of Succession. He also discusses the political issues at play in New Testament stories like the birth, teachings, and death
In day 25 of our Unsettling Advent devotional series, Lauren Graeber reflects on how angels always seem to say “do not be afraid” as soon as they show up, and what we can learn about fear and hope from the stories.
Contributing writer Rodney Kennedy argues that the "War on Christmas" is an imaginary moment. He implores us to forego all this whining and unleash a magnificent supply of Christmas practices that bear witness to the presence of Jesus.