Last week, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, with Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt, released a short feminist essay on Passover. The essay looks at the story through the eyes of five women most closely involved: Retelling the heroic stories of Yocheved, Shifra, Puah, Miriam and Batya reminds our daughters that with vision and the courage to …
Wonder why the U.S. ranks relatively high in terms of religiosity?
The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) is the latest church to affirm marriage equality. You can read more here.
Recently, Ana Marie Cox, fonding editor of Wonkette, wrote an essay that announced she’s a Christian (she framed it as “coming out”). It created quite a stir (here, here, and here. Why the big deal? I honestly don’t know.
If you’re flagging on your ability to come up with a good deed to do each day for the season of Lent, here are some suggestions.
I’m afraid I got just a little bit simple over this. What am I? 5?
And thanks, Melissa.
Ratchere (which is hillbilly for “right here”). The efficacy of this chart is something we can argue, because of course I scrolled down immediately to “Christianity,” and realized that a chart can in no way be comprehensive in its coverage of a faith group.
A few days ago, I stole an idea from someone I really like to have something different for Lent — at least, different from the way I think of Lent (when I ever think of Lent). Instead of giving up something, I’ve made a commitment to do a good deed every day, much like the …
Fox News & Commentary talking head Todd Starnes has rewritten the Bible, and Jesus’ message. Here’s a petition to remove Mr. Starnes from his post. And here’s a bit more about the faith of the American sniper on which the much-discussed movie is based, Chris Kyle. Fascinating stuff, yes? Would Jesus bless a sniper?