New York Times columnist David Brooks called Christian Wiman’s “My Bright Abyss: Meditation of a Modern Believer” the “best modern book on belief.” Here Wiman shares how people of faith can begin accessing the spiritual power of poetry even if, at first, they “just don’t get it.”
Her books have sold nearly a million copies, and she speaks to tens of thousands annually. Now this Christian author is talking openly about her quiet battle with breast cancer.
Can you imagine someone ripping a newborn baby from its mother’s breast and severing its head from it’s body? The Bible seems to say that God once commanded such actions.
A historian at Vanderbilt University says modern Christians may be missing the point of some of Jesus’ most popular parables.
Jesus was not the first Christian; he was a faithful practicing Jewish person. According to one Catholic historian, forgetting this fact has severe consequences.
Author Amy Julia-Becker gives three surprising ways to honor Christmas’ religious roots. Hint: It won’t require swearing off gift giving.
On CNN, RNS’ Jonathan Merritt discusses Exodus’ race problem, which he believes may have contributed to its underwhelming opening weekend.
“Exodus” director and lead actor discuss concerns religious moviegoers will undoubtedly have about some of the film’s more controversial moments.