Posts Tagged ‘culture’
(RNS) Oklahoma’s devastating tornado stirred up a theological debate that was set off from a series of deleted tweets referencing the Book of Job. Popular evangelical author and speaker John Piper regularly tweets Bible verses...
Patricia Wojnar left a 32-year career in interior design to pursue a degree that wasn’t in demand: a master’s in bereavement studies. Having seen four family members die early, she wanted to understand how to adapt.
The Supreme Court agreed Monday (May 20) to consider whether prayers can be offered at government meetings — a practice that’s been common in Congress and throughout the states for more than two centuries.
Each year 90,000 parents in the U.S. confront the profound suffering that follows the death of a child or adolescent
Growing up Roman Catholic in Newfoundland, Matt Maher never imagined that his childhood interest in music would lead to a career as a Grammy-nominated, chart-topping Christian rocker — let alone a crossover artist featured on C...
The Rev. Morris G. Henderson wasn’t sure what do with a vacant city block of land behind his 31st Street Baptist Church in Richmond, Va. The church had purchased the plots, but didn’t have the funding to build a planned family ...
A new national study shows that while Canada remains overwhelmingly Christian, Canadians are turning their backs on organized religion in ever greater numbers.
Arts & Culture
ShadeTree Publishing kicked off their Summer Reading Celebration this past weekend. Free e-books were given away all over the world including the United States, Japan, Denmark, Canada, and the United Kingdom. ShadeTree Publish...
The Vatican on Wednesday (May 15) said that Scottish Cardinal Keith O’Brien will do penance in an undisclosed location outside of his country following his resignation in February amid reports that he had made sexual advances t...
A Philadelphia abortion doctor convicted of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies will not face the death penalty.