To the world, Harper Lee was aloof to the point of being unknowable, an obsessively private person who spent most of her life avoiding the public gaze despite writing one of the best-selling books ever, To Kill a Mockingbird. To Wayne Flynt, the Alabama-born author was
In her new book, Shannon Dingle writes about leaning into grief, accepting uncertainty, connecting to feelings, expressing hard truths, and getting psychological help.
In God Spare the Girls, Abigail and Caroline are the daughters of celebrity evangelical pastor Luke Nolan. While they aren’t always able to abide by scripture exactly, Abigail and Caroline more or less believe in their religion and their father — until one revelation changes
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to infect millions around the world and kill hundreds of thousands, we shouldn’t make the mistake of only considering the dangers of the microbiological world. This time is also revealing the plague within us with which we’ve infected others.
[caption id="attachment_65145" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Col. Moon H. Kim, right, Camp Humphreys garrison chaplain, teaches Republic of Korea Army chaplains about logistics and religious support, Nov. 7, 2019, at Four Chaplains Memorial Chapel on Camp Humphreys, South Korea. U.S Army photo, 2nd Infantry Division/Creative Commons[/caption]
As entertaining as those stories are, apocalyptic times are rather less entertaining to live through. None of us wants to be an extra in a reboot of “Outbreak” or “Contagion,” and yet that’s where we seem to be right now.
The last thing Eugene Cho wanted to write a book about was politics. In fact, Cho said he quit writing his latest book, “Thou Shalt Not Be A Jerk: A Christian’s Guide to Engaging Politics,” four times.
By exploring and explaining the power of Christian nationalism, authors Andrew Whitehead and Samuel Perry provide one of the best perspectives possible on the 2020 race, and the larger forces that will continue to polarize America for some time to come.
RALEIGH, N.C. (RNS) — How do you understand the meaning of life and death? And, more urgently, how do you grieve? J. Dana Trent is helping to facilitate discussions about a good death, both in the classroom and to church groups.
(RNS) — There’s not much love lost -- or respect -- between Christian marriage and sex blogger Sheila Wray Gregoire and pastor turned marriage expert Emerson Eggerichs over the message in his bestselling book, "Love & Respect."