Andrew Marr on BBC 4 discusses the nature of faith and belief with Jonathan Safran Foer, Richard Holloway, Karen Armstrong and Helen Edmundson, who all live outside of their traditional faiths and in the agnostic middle ground.
Day: March 2, 2012
Tithing is generally understood as giving back for God’s work ten percent of one’s income? But what counts as income? The IRS has tons of rules about that. But not the Mormons. Instead, they ask a simple question: “am I cheating God?”
Molly Worthen of the University of Toronto reflects on the current meme that the President is hostile to religion and religious freedom.
The draft proposed 2013-2015 budget adopted by Executive Council in January has now been posted on the General Convention website. We provide links to the draft proposed budget and the narrative by Executive Council.
Here is the text of the final order that was handed down yesterday by the Fairfax Circuit court denying reconsideration and ordering the conveyance of all real and personal property to the Diocese of Virginia by April 30, 2012.
The earthquake damaged Cathedral in the heart of the city of Christchurch, New Zealand, will be “deconstructed” to a “safe” level and will not be rebuilt.
Two of Maryland’s three Episcopal bishops said yesterday that they will allow diocesan clergy to solemnize same-gender marriages now that marriage equality has been signed into law.
Paul gives us today the fundamental truth that echoes from Genesis: You are God’s temple, and all things are yours.
How should Christians read the Bible? The answer to that deceptively simple question may help to identify differences between the norm and how Christians actually read, or recommend reading, the Bible.