The 1662 edition of the Book of Common Prayer has one service that doesn't line up with how many modern Christians think of church, or God.
Europe is undergoing seismic changes, and it is important in this time to understand the role of Christianity and Christian Democracy in Europe's past and present.
There need be no cultural war when one of the contenders fails to show up, supposing that he still exists.
The Blaine Amendment might be struck down by the Supreme Court, allowing parents to use school vouchers to send their kids to religious schools.
“Letter from a Birmingham Jail” rests on a basis that most modern people, especially the educated, reject.
Society has all sorts of parameters that seek to define which of us is a failure, but those definitions aren't the ones that matter.
The difference between "preaching" and answering religious questions from a roomful of people is pretty much up to the interpretation of the Chinese communists.
The United States has a long history of children reading the Bible in schools, a practice once again up for public debate. Could it return to schools in the near future?
Even as a young socialist Chesterton had his doubts about both socialism itself and the depth of its connection to early Christianity.
Is life only about how far you can get in a career? Is work just about paying the bills? Perhaps there's more to be gained from both work and leisure.
Porta dos Fundos and Netflix view themselves as defenders of free speech, but they aren't risking anything by poking fun at Christians.
“Why Is America So Depressed?” was one of the first headlines I saw as I jumped back into work after the holidays.
There seems to be a set of the elite who are quite ready to view themselves as gods, replacing any and all of the traditional deities.
Indulging in the Auld Lang Syne cliché is not unique to humans. The spirit world does the same...
We seek to protect the bodies of human beings while at the same time we often neglect teaching morality and nurturing the spirit.
It's not that millennials have lost the mysticism of generations past, it's just that they put their faith in much different things than their parents or grandparents do.
George Carlin once claimed that human rights are "imaginary." He's wrong, and for many reasons.
Embracing suffering, learning from it, and enduring it, benefits not only those we love, but ourselves as well.
Now it’s the Salvation Army’s turn.
There are plenty of candidates for the worst Christmas song. "Mary, Did You Know" should not be one of them.
When Chambers rejected the Communist philosophy of faith in man and embraced faith in God, he had what he viewed as his first Christmas.
The first President's humility, faith, and outlook stand in stark contrast to the politicians of our time.
Thanksgiving discussions are best when warm, rather than too hot or cold.
Chic-fil-A's recent decision causes some to question its authenticity to Christians and to LGBT+ groups.
Stupidity continues to swirl in society with increasing vigor. The important thing is whether each of us will allow ourselves to be dragged along with it.
Why is it that attitudes, after the laissez faire ones of the sixties and onward, now may be changing?
Lack of religion doesn’t really affect our quality of life today, does it?
It is not racist or imperialist to suggest that Native people of Amazonia are sinners who need to be converted, have faith in Jesus Christ, and be baptized. The same is true for many Western urbanites.