Tag Archive for: Doubters Parish

Hurricanes, Holocausts, and other Horrors: Three Theological Responses to Suffering

In the face of hurricanes, holocausts, and other horrors, how do people navigate faith?

The Benefit of the Doubt: How Religious Doubts Can Lead to a More Mature Faith

Doubt can serve as a life-giving, growth-enhancing, spiritually enriching gift. I like to call this “the benefit of the doubt.”

Talladega Nights, John Wayne, January 6, and Jesus

If Jesus doesn’t challenge my worldview, values, politics, and daily life, and if he doesn’t make me uncomfortable on a regular basis, I’m probably not taking him seriously.

Six Lessons I’ve Learned about Doubt

In recent decades, tens of millions of Americans have left their churches and other places of worship, and that trend shows no sign of abating.

Do You Have a Biblical Worldview?

It’s time to redefine the meaning of a “biblical worldview.”

Providence and the Pandemic

Can people of faith still see God’s hand in history? Does God really intervene in human and natural affairs? At least three competing answers to that question are possible.

Black Santas and Illuminated Menorahs

Christmas 2020 finds America deeply divided in many ways, including politically, racially, and even religiously. And yet stories of Christmas love, hope, peace, and joy still abound.

The Decade of Doubt

2011–2020 could easily be designated “the decade of doubt.”

Pro-life?

It’s time to broaden the meaning of pro-life.

Jesus and Face Masks

When it comes to wearing face masks, Americans need to think more about “we” and less about “me.”