For some churches in North Dakota, the oil boom is a threat. For others it's an opportunity to relate to new neighbors.
Wrigley Field and Fourth Presbyterian Church both opened in 1914. It's the perfect image of my lifelong connection to God and baseball.
The civil war in Syria is tragic. But Obama is right to be skeptical of direct military intervention.
Our congregation helped build a parish school in the West Bank. In return, Palestinian Christians stretched our understanding of the gospel.
Terrence Malick has become the psalmist of film. His characters continually ask the fundamental questions of theological pursuit.
Star Trek has long been insistently nonreligious. But in the end it has not replaced religion, just repurposed it.
People tend to remember John Woolman as a heroic individual, both a reformer and a saint. Geoffrey Plank takes a broader view.
Robert Lustig argues that blame is the last thing overweight people need.
It’s easy to write Kris Kristofferson off as another country songwriter trawling the shallows of whiskey, diesels and cornpone imagery. But that’s a myopic read of the Rhodes scholar, William Blake devotee, Golden Gloves boxer and helicopter pilot.