By Pieter Valk Despite differing denominational convictions on more ancient theological questions, Evangelical churches in the rural Tennessee town where I grew up were theologically homogenous on front-of-... Read More...
Something new is appearing in the culture: a dissatisfaction with a banal materialism and a nostalgia for a story that gives hope, one that tells of a sacred tree.
One of the most handy words the skeptic can throw at the religious person is "superstitious."
Comedy has moved far past slapstick, and instead wishes to call forth something deeper within the mind, body, and soul.
I have sometimes complained that it is very difficult to stir up a proper theological controversy in Canada. Maclean's magazine did its best by publishing a skeptical article during Holy Week.