A look into whether the anthropic coincidences are “special,” examining specific instances of the “just right” instances of these, and the cosmic evidence.
A look into the 'dones'—a new group within the 'nones'—and traces of religion still left in them.
A look into five stories of near death experiences from peer-reviewed journals and what they can teach us about consciousness, the afterlife, and God.
Before breaking down the C.S. Lewis Trilema, John Clark first answers the question of 'did Jesus claim to be God?'
Inspired by her recent trip to Assissi, Italy, Katie Kresser writes St. Francis, St. Clare, Giotto, and (of course) Renaissance Art.
Author Matthew Tsakanikas discusses fighting the new atheism—'God Butchers'—in the wake of suffering, darkness, and pain.
In the 8 Deadly Sins, 'greed' is the excessive desire for material possessions/wealth. Here are 3 literary characters and their freedom from greed.
New images from the James Webb Space Telescope allow us to see both science and scripture in the heavens above.
As New York releases a PSA about a nuclear attack, what should our response as Christians be? The Church offers alternative ways of contemplating death.
Maggie Ciskanik dives into the discussion of how to live a life with happiness and purpose through the lens of psychology.