What Theologians could learn from David Sedaris

What Theologians could learn from David Sedaris

We rarely ask of theologians is, “Are you a good person?” If asked, I suspect most would dodge the question with “Well I’m a sinner saved by grace.” But if you pressed them for evidence, I imagine most theologians would respond, “Why?” This is because most theologians hate looking like hypocrites. That is perhaps the one greatest difference between most theologians and David Sederis.

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Switchfoot used to be my favorite band

Switchfoot used to be my favorite band

As Switchfoot prepares to release Fading West, a retrospective documentary on surfing, music, and their last 8 records. Nathan reflects on growing up with Switchfoot as his favorite band.

When Rumors Never Die

When Rumors Never Die

There have always been bullies and rumors. But kids today have to live with cruel Facebook posts that may never go away.

“Poor”-nography in the Facebook Age

“Poor”-nography in the Facebook Age

What happens when that starving child gets a Facebook Account? Is she going to “like” the page that prominently features her with a bloated belly? Director of Daylight Center and School in Kenya Nathan Roberts reflects on the hidden costs of fundraising with “Poor-nographic” images.

Young Evangelical Responds to Charles R. Worley

Young Evangelical Responds to Charles R. Worley

A conservative North Carolina pastor’s final solution to get rid of gay people pits him against the life and teachings of Jesus, argues young evangelical and North Carolina native (and pastor’s son) Andrew Simpson.

Everyone in the World is Your Family

Everyone in the World is Your Family

One of the worst humanitarian crises in more than six decades has struck 13.3 million people in the Horn of Africa. Why should you care? Andrew Ulasich reflects on the current famine crisis in light of our common identity as children of God.

Share Your Table

Share Your Table

Recovering Evangelical food blogger Josh Casper reflects on the lost virtue of hospitality, “After all, eating is the great equalizer. Food is the most basic human need. What better way to enter life with the beloved of God than by feeding them, pulling up another chair and keeping their glasses full?”

Gandhi, Lao Tzu & Jesus’ Other Sheep

Gandhi, Lao Tzu & Jesus’ Other Sheep

When RE blogger Nate Roberts first started discovering God in places that God wasn’t supposed to be — in the life of Gandhi, Eastern religious traditions, etc. — it startled him… until he remembered Jesus’ teaching about other sheep.

Discovering God in the Tree of Life

Discovering God in the Tree of Life

Recovering Evangelical blogger Julia Speck unpacks Terrance Malick’s latest cinematic masterpiece, Tree of Life, touching on the purpose of life, human connection to one another, and ultimately, our connection to God.

Ayn Rand vs. Jesus of Nazareth

Ayn Rand vs. Jesus of Nazareth

In an attempt to hold together the disparate constituencies of social conservative Christians and libertarian Tea Partiers, Paul Ryan and other Republican leaders have attempted to create an unholy trinity of Ayn Rand, Jesus Christ, and the GOP. But, as the classic children’s song goes, “One of these things is not like the other.”