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Erik Swenson highlights the importance of biblical scholarship—and why most read Scripture for the wrong reasons. Read More

How to Read the Bible the Wrong Way

There's a difference between reading to just know more, and to know God. Read More

A recent study suggests that, cliche as it sounds, ignorance may actually be bliss. The research revealed that the less people know about a complex or urgent issue—ranging from the economy to oil shortages—the more they want to remain uninformed. Researchers suggest that by remaining unengaged with the details of an important issue, individuals feel they can maintain dependence on another party to take care of it ...

Jonathan Keck writes a blog for RELEVANT about how God often challenges the boxes we put Him in and crushes our notions of figuring Him out. Read More

Robert Jensen, a journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin, discusses humans' struggle for truth. Read More

Putting a Face on Gay Marriage

What Homosexuality Looks Like Framed in Grace