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.
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."
Whatever else zombies are, they're a parody of Christian hope for the resurrection of the body.
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.
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.