In my first article about Eve, I argued that she is not responsible for original sin. It is sometimes said that because of her sin, she was punished to be submissive to her husband.Read More »
From May 25-28 Sravasti Abbey will offer a retreat called "Precious Life, Facing Death."
Venerable Tenzin Kacho, who has been a Tibetan nun for 25 years, will lead the class.Read More »
On Sunday, Gonzaga University students of faith came together as a student body for an annual tradition of Mass on the grass overlooking Lake Arthur. The homily was declared by the Rev. Janeen Steer, a coordinator in University Ministry.Read More »
After nearly four years in the Oval Office, President Obama is incorrectly thought to be Muslim by one in six American voters, and only one quarter of voters can correctly identify him as a Protestant, according to a new poll.Read More »
Recently, there has been some interesting discussion on the death penalty and whether or not it should be abolished. The question seems to turn on the moral nature of such a sentence.Read More »
On May 19 Bethany Presbyterian Church will host "Recovery from Spiritual Abuse: From Hurt to Healing", a workshop designed to help those who have been harmed by authoritarian religious groups.Read More »