Do Miracles Still Happen?

Miracles, supernatural healings and what the Bible really says. Read More

Rethinking the Whole Purpose of Faith

Author and speaker Peter Rollins on why religion shouldn't just be an escape. Read More

The Deeper Message of Holy Week

Why we must embrace all three days of Easter weekend in order to get the full story of Holy Week. Read More

Calling a Truce in the ‘Culture Wars’

Let's call off this ideological 'war' that never should have been started in the first place. Read More

As new numbers show that Americans are losing their religion at record rates, the Public Religion Research Institute looked at how “religiously unaffiliated” major cities across the U.S. were. Portland was far-and-away America’s most non-religious city (evidently Bicycle Rights does not count as a formal religion), with 42% of all residents classifying as unaffiliated. The West Coast cities of Seattle and San Francisco tied for second, at 33% religiously unaffiliated. Bible-belt buckle Nashville was named America’s most religious major city, with only 15% of residents claiming no religion, though it was followed closely by mostly other southern metropolitan areas including Charlotte at 17% and Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, Orlando and Pittsburgh at 18% ... Discuss

What Does It Look Like to be a Christian Feminist?

Let's get real about supporting gender equality. Read More