It’s the end of 2015, so here’s the 15 top blog articles by readership.
Archives for 2015
This Christmas, I hope churches open up visitors to the breadth of theology around who Jesus can be for them.
All is not what it seems when the phrase “historic Christian teaching” is used in United Methodist circles.
We implore the Council of Bishops belatedly to speak out and stand with those whom Jesus stands with.
Everything you need to know and do to prepare for the release of Star Wars Episode 7 this week.
For all the church people fretting about the Nones and the Dones, real transformation can come when churches focus on the Ones.
A Study edition of a Qur’an is a helpful step to combatting extremism, but is there a more effective way to go about stopping Islam from being used to justify extremism?
Big Data in the UMC challenges the narrative of decline “due to progressive Christianity,” and shows what role each of us is to play to handle the coming winnowing of the church.
There’s one conversation with new visitors that I’ve made a habit of having in the None Zone that I never did in the Bible Belt.
The call to identify and separate American Muslims has yielded a particular kind of response by Christians.