What if, instead of singing about her latest make-up or break up, Taylor Swift sang about Jesus? The former teen country chart topper turned international pop megastar famously stated in ...

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Do you want to make Jesus angry? Do you want to make the Virgin Mary cry? Aren’t you aware how your actions hurt everyone in your church family? Why are ...

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The chorus of Christian voices condemning Christian Nationalism has shown an unusual harmony across various denominational and theological commitments over the last few months. That chorus has reached a crescendo ...

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Laughter can be a spiritual discipline — at least, so argues Jonathan Trotter in Relevant Magazine. His essay does not advocate a blind nor ignorant happiness, but happiness rooted in ...

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Conspiracy theories such as QAnon has gripped many Americans and can lead to extremism, radicalization and deep polarization. After the conspiracies’ promises fail, however, adherents may find themselves disillusioned, burnt ...

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Since Nov. 20, Montana has required wearing masks in all of its counties regardless of the number of COVID-19 cases locally. Some have recently begun calling for the mandate to ...

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In a delightfully caustic piece, Mark Silk, a Professor of Religion and Public Life at Trinity College, explores the deep failing of the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) in 2020 when ...

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2020 has been a disaster in many ways. Religion in 2020 has been an unmitigated disaster. Religion News opinion writer Jacob Lupfer explores the myriad ways in which Bad Religion ...

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