Being the Church in Disaster

Churches need to continue being churches in disasters, not just because that is what they know how to do, but because that is what people need.

Living Against the Myths of Our Time

According to Moralistic Therapeutic Deism, a powerful and unacknowledged American religion, God exists, but he exists in order to allow us to grow into happiness and to feel good about ourselves. Two recent books say otherwise.

Putting Treasure Where the Heart Is

Using investment practices to address issues important to people of faith, including human rights and human trafficking, tobacco, gun control, climate change, gender diversity, pay equity, poverty, and immigration.

The Spiritual History of Oil

We seldom reflect on the nature and purposes of energy itself and the kind of people and societies we need it to create. Dochuk has skillfully and subtly raised a number of questions for our contemporary society, and for Christians in particular.