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The Virtue of Being Foolish

Jesus reveals a God of nonviolent love, but what about those violent parables? Rev. Adam Ericksen explores a violent parable and interprets it through the larger picture of Jesus' ministry. The result may surprise you!

Dear Pope Francis

Matthew Distefano welcomes Pope Francis to the United States with open arms and encourages him to keep on preaching a message of compassion for the poor, inclusion for everyone, and responsibility on climate change.

The Donald’s “Inclusive” Racism

The Donald's appeal, beyond his brazen attitude, lies in his ability to draw Americans together against a common enemy, Robert Koehler explains. He caters to our reptilian instincts... which are all too human. But imagine the good that could come from joining together as a people for, rather than against, the whole world!

Same Sex Marriage, the Supreme Court, and Three Reasons Christians Should Not Marry

What Paul said is true, “those who marry will experience distress,” but those who marry will also experience great joy. Christian marriage is about two people reflecting the unconditional love of God to the world. We need more people doing that. The Supreme Court’s decision last week was a sign that God is making this institution new. And I say thanks be to God.