Offering the elements to the unbaptized can be seen as a development and not a revolution, but it is a significant change. Is it a good one?
Patience is not one of our stronger characteristics. A flight delay or traffic jam can become an emotional and physical crisis.
While past attempts at big deals have failed, this time Obama has serious leverage: House Republicans loathe the fiscal cliff's policies.
In some circles, the hope for immortality is criticized as unbiblical and sub-Christian. In others it is affirmed as empirical fact.
For over a thousand years, Christian communities flourished in India. Their first real identity crisis? The arrival of European Catholics.
Whatever else zombies are, they're a parody of Christian hope for the resurrection of the body.
In the Broadway show Book of Mormon, Elder Cunningham faces a problem. In an effort to gird his loins, he rocks out the hit "Man Up."
In this strange, insightful and layered little book, Elaine Scarry argues that Clinton Rossiter was right: the nuclear age means a state of "chronic emergency."
This Ann Arbor–based quartet blends a wide variety of Americana styles. The title track is inspired by a friend who contemplated jumping from a high bridge—but turned back.
It’s been 14 years since Sixpence None the Richer released the hit single “Kiss Me.” Little did many listeners know that the song came from a group named for a C. S. Lewis analogy concerning God-bestowed gifts. Now Sixpence has a new album—its first in ten years.