Posts Tagged: religion

Evangelism has deep roots in American history dating back to the nation's inception. But now, half of Millennials think it is wrong to proselytize. When it comes to our thoughts on sharing our religion, what changed?

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Finding out an author you like conducts themselves poorly can be traumatic. Dealing with the fallout from that can be a personal trial in and of itself. Can art and the artist really be separated- and should they be?

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Studies are finding that active learning is a better way to improve recall and retention in students. How can church leaders take improvements in academia and apply them to their sermons? Here are a few ways.

Category: Church

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Some are arguing that the Old Testament is outdated and that the 10 Commandments have little relevance to a modern day Christian's life. Are the lessons present in The Sermon on the Mount a good replacement?

Category: Society Church

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Priests and preachers who have lost their faith might seem like a rather novel concept-- but it's a lot more common than you think. When a religious leader loses their belief, can they still lead their congregation?

Category: Society Church

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While they were once common, over the last decade Bibles have disappeared from hotel rooms. As technology improves and international travel becomes more widespread, is the hotel room Bible still necessary? 

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What is the appropriate intersection of Christianity and politics? Some say believers should keep their beliefs out of the ballot box, and others suggest their religious inclinations should inform their votes.

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