Opinion | Pop Culture
Why Christians Could Use a Little AdventureSubscriber access only
What we can learn from Bob Goff's best-selling book, 'Love Does,' illustrating how to take "WWJD?" to new heights.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Higgs Boson?Subscriber access only
How new scientific discoveries have shaped my theology.
Opinion | Church
Why You Might Tip Your American Hat to Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee Subscriber access only
A Canadian's defense: what an ascension anniversary has to do with Christians globally.
Opinion | Sexuality
Cross-Gender Friendships: What's Appropriate for Married People?Subscriber access only
A new model suggests married men and women can be best friends—and not with their spouses. Think again.
Opinion | Family
An Open Letter to My College StudentsSubscriber access only
In the end-of-semester stress and exhaustion, my students have lost touch with the meaning of their education.
Opinion | Family
'Bringing Up Bébé' : Critiquing the Newest Parenting 'It' BookSubscriber access only
Pamela Druckerman admires the French's hands-off parenting style. What's right—and wrong—about it.
Opinion | Family
Why Santa Belongs in Your Kids' ChristmasSubscriber access only
I'm tired of hearing Christian parents use the SATAN anagram. St. Nick was a saint.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Halloween and the Werewolf WithinSubscriber access only
Two new Christian books embrace monster stories as ways to understand the human heart.
Opinion | Sexuality
Inside the Heart of an Animal HoarderSubscriber access only
When a love for pets goes terribly awry.
Opinion | Sexuality
Nutrition for Nascent Human LifeSubscriber access only
I'm grateful that the government helped feed my child; I'm less okay with asking it to erase inequality among all citizens.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Redeeming TwitterSubscriber access only
It doesn't have to be for shallow updates.
Opinion | Sexuality
Sarah Palin: Andrew Sullivan's Punching BagSubscriber access only
The last thing the former governor needs is journalists criticizing her for being true to her own life.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Dancing Down the AisleSubscriber access only
What a viral wedding-dance video can teach about the meaning of marriage.
Opinion | Sexuality
Running in the Shadow of 9/11Subscriber access only
Much of my life has been lived in the kinetic shadow of New York City. Last weekend, I owned that city's streets for three hours.
Opinion | Sexuality
Miss America and the Bikini QuestionSubscriber access only
Do modern-day pageants ask young evangelical women to compromise their values an itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny too much?
'Mother Teresa of Our Age' Talks to Her.meneuticsSubscriber access only
Dr. Catherine Hamlin, 87, has saved countless Ethiopian women's lives through her work repairing fistulas. Most don't know that she labors out of love for Jesus.
Opinion | Sexuality
Schwarzenegger, Strauss-Kahn, and PowerSubscriber access only
Why power is so often spiritual poison.
Opinion | Pop Culture
This Is Your Brain on EvangelicalismSubscriber access only
NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty's Princeton lecture last week revealed a woman highly ambivalent about evangelical spirituality.
Opinion | Sexuality
The Day We Let Our Son LiveSubscriber access only
It ended up being the most important day of my life.
Opinion | Family
How to Talk about Having ChildrenSubscriber access only
Maybe God intended babies to mess with our well-planned lives.