People assume that silence and peace can be simply harnessed together, silence as Xanax for the soul. But that's not how deserts work.
Brittany Maynard's story is compelling—but not typical. Basing policy on cases like hers can be dangerous to the people the policy affects.
As a review committee member, I assured foreign delegations that the Dutch model was a good one. That conclusion has become harder to support.
The unrest in Ukraine has led to calls to establish a national church. But which church should play this uniting role?
And what would happen if we didn't?
The biological concept of convergence lends credence to a Christian view of providence—and fits with a scriptural account of a story-shaped world.
KonMari approaches clutter by asking just one question: "Does this item spark joy?" But this isn't always a simple question.
BLM is writing a new chapter in the history of black people's struggle for full equality. What are the implications for churches?
The young people leading this movement have heard enough about Martin Luther King's dream. It is not enough for church leaders to reply that they don't know much history.