The Tickle-down theory states that the riches of one extraordinary liturgical prayer practice can be enjoyed by any layperson. Happy 80th birthday, Phyllis Tickle.
This coming weekend I will be speaking twice about The Twible in the Cleveland area. Come out to say hello!
Need some daily reading to inspire you during Lent? Here are five suggestions, including a book from Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
“Why do we wear clothes? Genesis!” And six other one-liners from last night’s debate between creationist Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
On Tuesday I’ll be attending the creation-evolution debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye the Science Guy. Taking your questions now.
Yesterday, Amazon launched a new Christian publishing imprint. It’s great for authors to have this new option, but is Waterfall providing the best deal?
While you weren’t looking, Phyllis Tickle and Nadia Bolz-Weber went to the C21 conference AND SWITCHED PLACES. It’s true.
This year, my favorite religious books included a riff on power from Andy Crouch, ruminations on birds and holiness from Debbie Blue, and a “Job through the ages” commentary from Mark Larrimore, as well as great novels by Mary Doria Russell and Lisa Samson.