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Quote for Day: "We Have to Confess . . . That the Genealogy of Gay Suffering Has Roots Deep in Church History"

Michael Coren was once a leading opponent of marriage equality in Canada. His recently published book Epiphany: A Christian’s Change of Heart Mind Over Same-Sex Marriage (Toronto... Read more


  • Archbishop Charles Chaput Attacks Joe Biden and Tim Kaine, Shills for GOP with...

    Archbishop Charles Chaput Attacks Biden Kaine, Shills with Call "Silent Apostates" Leave Catholic Church

    David Gibson writes, In a speech delivered Wednesday (Oct. 19) at the University of Notre Dame, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput also suggested that many... Read more

    4 hours, 38 minutes ago by   William Lindsey
  • Ten Commandments for Third Culture Kids

    Commandments Third Culture Kids

    And the 11th Commandment: Thou shalt not look down on those who struggle to live overseas and miss their home countries, for thou strugglest the same way in... Read more

    6 hours, 53 minutes ago by   Marilyngardner5
  • Sects These Days

    Sects These Days

    New Religious Movements (NRMs) have long fascinated me. As a natural historian, looking back over where we’ve been has been my usual source of orientation. Read more

    9 hours, 30 minutes ago by   Steveawiggins
  • A Reading Plan For Christian Apologists – Part 2

    Reading Plan Christian Apologists Part

    The first part of a reading plan for Christian apologists is to read the Bible indepth, in context and often. If you haven’t read the first part of the series,... Read more

    The 23 October 2016 by   Mmcgee
  • Quote for Day: "The Catholic Crisis That the Trump Phenomenon Has Highlighted...

    Quote Day: "The Catholic Crisis That Trump Phenomenon Highlighted Entirely Different from American Evangelicals Experiencing"

    Massimo Faggioli maintains that this "presidential election of 2016 is especially important for the Catholic Church itself for at least two reasons. Read more

    The 23 October 2016 by   William Lindsey
  • A Death in My Interfaith Family

    Death Interfaith Family

    Mom, Me, 1961My mother, Martha Legg Katz, died last month. I have been uncharacteristically quiet here, in public, since she fell ill in the heat of August. Read more

    The 23 October 2016 by   Susan Katz Miller
  • Signed, Sealed, Forgotten

    Signed, Sealed, Forgotten

    I’m a little ashamed to admit it. With such a long list of moody horror movies out there, I gave in to watching The Seventh Sign again. 1988 was a momentous... Read more

    The 23 October 2016 by   Steveawiggins
  • Fight Like a Knight: Spiritual Warfare Prayers

    Fight Like Knight: Spiritual Warfare Prayers

    "My daughter, I want to teach you about spiritual warfare. Never trust in yourself, but abandon yourself totally to My will. ...I will not delude you with... Read more

    The 22 October 2016 by   Stjohnpa
  • Subterranean Homesick Blues

    Subterranean Homesick Blues

    When Bob Dylan was changing American music I wasn’t really in a place to notice. I was too young, living in a small town, and the member of a church suspicious... Read more

    The 22 October 2016 by   Steveawiggins
  • Oh Canada


    Today I'm boarding a plane and going home. While the Canada Goose is turning her beak to the south, I'm turning mine to the north. I'm off to Canada! Canada is... Read more

    The 21 October 2016 by   Marilyngardner5