Yes, much of "The Green Book" was cliched and predictable; you could almost smell the plot turns as they were coming around the bend. But, nevertheless, the movie has something very powerful to teach about race and class in America.
Books, challenges and a new documentary encourages participants to rethink the role of technology in their lives and homes.
Byron and Beth Borger launched their Dallastown, Pa., store during the faith-based-bookstore boom times of the 1980s. They bucked evangelical conventions by including Catholic writers such as Thomas Merton, tackling topics like racial justice and featuring books by spiritual formation proponent Richard Foster, whose take on the Christian life was
An annual tradition of this column calls attention to the kind of religious inspiration that religion didn’t necessarily request. Suspecting that the cause of these decisions were due to indigestion rather than inspiration, I’ve named them the Bad Burrito Awards.
CHICAGO (RNS) — At his appearance in late October at the American Writers Museum in Chicago, best-selling author, newspaper columnist and social media maven John Scalzi tossed a 10-sided die to determine what he would speak about that evening. Sometimes it's explaining the meaning of life. Sometimes it's how he wrote
(RNS) — When the creators of CBS’s new, surprise hit TV show “God Friended Me” set out to create a series with religious ideas at its center, they wanted to
(RNS) — From the outside, it seemed like Lysa TerKeurst had it all, founding a successful Christian nonprofit, a popular speaker and author.
Then, about two years ago, everything fell apart. TerKeurst announced