Saying farewell to God’s Rottweiler.
Back in the Mighty Fortress: A Christian’s Take on Virtual Church and Returning to the Pews
Church on Sunday is a fixture for me, as it is for so many other Christians. Every family and group has “their” unofficial official pew, every smiling face is familiar, and all meet in the same place to worship the same God. The pastors and congregation alike share handshakes and hugs after every service. Like […]
O’Rourke Calls for Taxation of Churches
For the past few weeks, many churches and preachers have hosted demonstrations on the Diag. While most of the protests have been fairly mild, there have been a few instances of more intense viewpoints coming to the forefront. Some people have come to Michigan’s campus to preach that those engaged in homosexual relationships must repent, […]
In Defense of Street Preachers
Why do we pretend that God is not real? And that if he is, that He doesn’t care about us? Why do we fool ourselves into believing that the cavernous longing we experience, bordering on unbearable, our intense yearning for perfect truth, goodness, and beauty, are mere quirks in our psychological make-up, rather “signposts,” pointing us to the Divine?