One of New York State’s handgun permitting requirements was overturned by the Supreme Court of the United States on June 23. What does this mean for gun regulations in the U.S. and the nation’s gun violence epidemic?
Younger Evangelicals are tired of watching their parents and grandparents fighting over details they affirm do not determine salvation. Despite the raging politicization sweeping through the church, these young Christians simply want to worship God without infighting infecting their faith.
For many, it feels like the Bible is on one side of the debate regarding LGBTQ inclusion in the church and pictures of loved ones are on the other. How does a Jesus follower choose between the two?
Watching the January 6th hearings this week, remarks made by members of the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack and witness testimony drew a clear line between right and wrong.
Growing up queer in the church can be a lonely endeavor. But for those of us who are lucky enough, their stories do not end with death-dealing theologies. They go on to find new life in the queer community.
Driving an electric vehicle is an adjustment from the internal combustion engines most of us are familiar with. However, the differences are positive, as they provide comfortable and quiet rides. But don’t take my word for it – drive one.
Many churches go through incredibly intentional processes to help cultivate LGBTQ affirmation and then never tell anyone about that commitment outside the church walls. Here are five considerations for “welcoming and affirming” congregations.
My family is unique in that we only have electric vehicles. As early adopters, we are learning a lot about a different way of getting from here to there. Here are a few reasons why we made the switch.
The recently leaked Supreme Court draft opinion that would serve to overturn Roe v. Wade has concerning implications for people of good faith.
The advent of social media and blogging has made it possible for everyone to express their opinion in the public square. Here are a few suggestions to consider based on my, admittedly, imperfect approach.
Like other trans women, I don’t identify as a woman. Rather, I am a woman. I am a woman because I do womanhood. Yet, somehow, identity has come to connote a kind of disembodied, decontextualized totem of sorts.
I do not believe it was a coincidence that Pentecost Sunday fell on June 5 this year – the first Sunday during Pride month. Here is how our congregation celebrated both observances in a local bar.
Before there was the “other,” there was the heathen. Kathryn Gin Lum’s new book ‘Heathen: Religion and Race in American History’ is a must read.
Celebrating Pride Month is crucial amid all this fear, so how do queer Christians faithfully engage in thoughtful celebrations of Pride this year? I’d suggest that we look to the example of Jesus.
Thomas Slater’s 2019 book ‘Revelation as Civil Disobedience’ is prescient in both its cover design and its observations. Here is why I strongly commend it for such a time as this.
Kira M. Dewey is a sophomore at Palm Beach Atlantic University, studying English and Creative Writing. She is a summer 2022 Ernest C. Hynds Jr. Intern at Good Faith Media.