Brought to life by Christ
Theology was not optional for me as a child. It was a matter of life or death.
by James Alison
A church-visit epiphany
This past Sunday was the Epiphany, the celebration of the incarnate Christ made manifest. It also happened to be the Sunday I decided to visit a congregation of the Metropolitan Community Church.
The MCC is more theologically liberal than I am, so I braced myself for some hangups. But I also wanted to remain as open as possible to experiencing God in a different context. I’m glad I went.
The end of AIDS? Gains and challenges in fighting HIV: Gains and challenges in fighting HIV
At the International AIDS Conference, one thing was clear: even if a cure is found, the struggle against the virus will continue.
by Paul Jeffrey
Losing ground: Less money for AIDS work
Funding for global AIDS work is declining—even though current programs are working, and antiretroviral drugs are keeping people healthier.