Twice a year I take a day off to undo the work I get paid to do. This sounds batty, but it's becoming a spiritual practice of mine.
A narcissistic demagogue is different from a racist-völkisch one. But Trump's ideological unpredictability bears its own dangers.
Efforts to avoid the term proof are mistaken—both as a reading of Aquinas and as a broader claim about whether God exists.
Local ways are rarely senseless or stupid. It's just that a new pastor likely doesn't yet understand them as the locals do.
In response to our request for essays on the subject road, we received many compelling reflections. Here is a selection.
If we're going to adopt business language for the church, we should think less about reaching a certain market and more about the nature of the product.
"Narcissists can be inspiring. Whether they are creative or destructive depends on their philosophy."
The rise of megachurches has created a larger public role for some churches—even as it has signaled the loosening hold of organized religion.
In John's prologue, the incarnate Word is the God of creative address.