Tested by Pluralism, American Christianity Fails

Tested by Pluralism, American Christianity Fails

American evangelicals love to love — at times, quite widely. They give generously to “foreign missions,” with hope some unknown, lost souls in faraway lands will be rescued from eternal damnation. Many will take a trip — and pay their own expenses — to help dig a well...
Amid Global Pandemic, Religious Pluralism Flourishes

Amid Global Pandemic, Religious Pluralism Flourishes

We are all learning how to live life in new ways due to the COVID-19 pandemic, coordinating work and family responsibilities amid a global crisis. Our religious communities continue to grapple with how to respond to this unprecedented time, as officials from the...

Pluralism: United Together While Keeping Our Identity

I still remember clearly a brief conversation I had 20 years ago. At a weekly clergy group meeting, a woman, who had just returned from a trip to Russia where she discovered some Jewish lineage in her distant forbearers, effusively declared, “I’m a white,...