I am admittedly a child of the 80’s. I grew up in Cold-War paranoia and still find it difficult to understand how it has been 30 years since the Chicago Bears shuffled to a Super Bowl win under Coach Ditka. I love reading books from the 80’s once in a while. There is something fascinating to me … Read more about 1984 Theology
In all of the hub-bub surrounding the Mayan apocalypse that came and went without incident, it was tough to resist the funny one-liner on Facebook and Twitter. We have become so calloused against the doomsday predictions that have fueled the religious airwaves, TV broadcasts and book sales of the … Read more about Maybe the Mayans Weren’t Wrong
This post is a continuation of an earlier one where I shared a chart from the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. The chart showed that white evangelicals are the religious group with the smallest percentage of people who believe that human activity is causing the Earth to warm. Now that it's … Read more about God’s Carbon Footprint: Evangelicals and Global Warming, Cont.