The Gospel of Inclusion

The Gospel of Inclusion “What does sexual redemption look like? I have no idea.” So said someone who works with a Christian organization, which ministers

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A Call to Tradition

The famous English author G.K. Chesterton loved tradition. “Tradition,” he wrote, “means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. . .

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The Examined Life

The unexamined life is not worth living. So said Socrates more than two-thousand years ago, but the axiom remains true today. Yet, how many of

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Who Goes to Heaven?

Do good people of faiths other than Christianity go to heaven? Apparently, most evangelicals think they do. David Campbell, author of “American Grace, How Religion

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Beyond the Gender Binary

“We need to move beyond the gender binary.” So espoused a student at a recent public high school event for teachers designed to create empathy

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The Evolution Litmus Test

The question seemed out-of-place. CNN Reporter Wolf Blitzer grilling Delaware Senate Candidate Christine O’Donell – not about the stimulus or foreign policy – but evolution.

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Julie Roys seeks and uncovers the truth. Trained as a reporter and guided by faith, she explores important issues facing Christians and spiritual seekers with uncommon honesty, fairness and intellectual rigor.