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Book Review: Theology in Aisle Seven by Carolyn Arends

God is all around us. The question is have we learned to catch His signals? Read More »

Theo Hobson’s Dilemma

Theo Hobson has a dilemma: should he seek ordination in the Episcopal Church? Read More »

Review: The Hidden Gifts of Helping by Stephen G. Post

Review of Stephen Post's exploration of the spiritual, emotional, and physical rewards of giving and helping others. Read More »

Left Behind: For Many, World Ended in 2008

Will that pre-recession world ever return? Or might something different, perhaps even better, arise from the ashes of those American dreams that have turned into nightmares? Read More »

Book Review: Christianity: How a Tiny Sect from a Despised Religion Came to Dominate the Roman Empire by Jonathan Hill

The history of Christianity from its founding with Jesus through the embrace by Constantine is a complex and intriguing story. Read More »

Book Review: Angels: God’s Secret Agents by Billy Graham

“Supernatural beings from outer space are engaged in a struggle for this planet.” - Billy Graham Read More »

Review: Devil’s Ink: Blog from the Basement Office by Jeffrey C. Pugh.

Wrestling with the problem of evil and the way it impacts the church through the influence of popular culture. Read More »

Book Review: Falling Upward by Richard Rohr

The spiritual life has two halves, the second half follows a narrow path to maturity. Read More »

Book Review: Make Love, Make War: NOW is the Time to Worship by Brian Doerksen

A composer and worship leader who loves his Bible, his family, his church, and his God. Read More »

Religious Education Could Increase Christian Tolerance

Christian intolerance would decrease if more churchgoers were educated in the real (and controversial) history of the faith. Read More »