An innate tension exists between the American ideal and the Christian calling, and it’s expressed clearly in the prevailing metaphors of each: The Body of Christ described in the New Testament and the infamous Melting Pot of America, the prevailing metaphor of each..Read More
The modern church is finding alternative ways of interpreting human sexuality and gender.
Controversy is not inherently heretical—heresy is inherently controversial.
“It’s basically a product of a Post-Christian world. We live in a time where we view the ideas present in each religion as a sort of religious buffet where we can take what we want and leave the rest,” said Dr. Benjamin White, religious studies professor at The King’s College.Read More
Terrorism against religious communities unintentionally unites peoples of faith, transcending cultural, theological divides.Read More
Islamic and Mormon notions of polygamy find root in something other than desire and lust.
Critique of abusive marital relationships should not be limited to non-nuclear marriages.
The tradition of Lent can help foster spiritual growth.
The season transcends sacred and secular lines.
How one TKC alum is using his skills as an independent film director to bring Christianity to the TV industry.Read More