Pew has a new Christmas survey that covers everything from religious symbols on government property to whether the gospel story is historically true.
On October 14, 2014 In Atheism, Education, Evangelicalism, Myth, On Faith, Scripture, Secular Humanism, Self-Awareness, Theology, Writing
How could anyone reject the Bible? Believing in the Bible’s divinity can be pretty tough once you begin to read it like any other book.
While comparing the Bible to fantasy fiction is not likely to settle well with about 28 percent of Americans, I did exactly that for On Faith this week.
If you've wondered why theology plays such a prominent role in guiding and policing Christian higher education, then check out my new book, "Consider No Evil."
Evangelicals often want biblical movies that closely follow the text, but if "Exodus: Gods and Kings" does that, then this movie becomes unfit for families.
There seems to be no shortages of religion surveys, studies, and polls lately. For this week's 3 for Thursday, we look at a few numbers that might leave you dazed and confused, ranging from issues of bigotry to which religious group is most-likely to have affair.
For many Christians, today is Ascension Thursday, which marks the day Christ ascended into the heavens. For many, it is also a reminder that the Bible isn't a science text.
On February 23, 2014 In Ancient Science, Creationism, Evangelicalism, Evolution, History, Myth, Opinion, Scripture, Theology, Toledo Faith and Values, Universe
If you’re not a creationist, the temptation might be to finish the title of this post with “on everything.” So go ahead. Say it aloud and you’ll probably feel better. In my recent article, “‘There is a book,’ but Ken Ham has no idea how to read it,” at Toledo Faith & Values (our