The Dying Away of Cultural Christianity

The number of people in the US who call themselves Christians is shrinking. And that’s a good thing.


What to Do If You’re Chronically Frustrated at Church

We live in an age of constant dissatisfaction. How can we stop the cycle of discontent?


Spiritual Authority in an Anti-Authoritarian Age

The question of authority is a hard and really uncomfortable one for a lot of people because we live in an anti-authority age in which we’re skeptical of authority. We’re in a post-truth era. We don’t even know who to trust, what to trust. So, within these institutions that used to be trustworthy (religion, politics, leaders), we don’t know who to trust anymore.

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Why the Christian Faith is Fundamentally Uncomfortable

If you’re looking for a religion to make you comfortable, don’t look to Christianity. We shouldn't want it any other way.