Friday Aug 31st, 2012

How and why do myths arise?

It is trite to say that one’s pet subject is interdisciplinary. These days what subject isn’t? The prostate? But myth really is interdisciplinary. For there is no study of myth as myth, the way, by contrast, there is said to be the study of literature as literature or of religion as religion. Myth is studied by other disciplines, above all by sociology, anthropology, psychology, politics, philosophy… read more »

Friday Jul 25th, 2014

The vote for women bishops

A step in the right direction for the Church of England to avoid sectarianism
Thursday Jul 24th, 2014

Polygamous wives who helped settle the west

Paula Kelly Harline celebrates Pioneer Day with a brief history of these important women
Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

The exaltation of Christ

A Christian view of the destiny of humanity
Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

Mindful Sex

Author Jeff Wilson explores how mindfulness can be applied to sex
Friday
Jul 18th, 2014

Radical faith answers radical doubt

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Thursday
Jul 17th, 2014

Approaching peak skepticism

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Wednesday
Jul 16th, 2014

Certainty and authority

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Tuesday
Jul 15th, 2014

The butterfly and the matrix

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Sunday
Jul 13th, 2014

Fútbol and faith: the World Cup and Ramadan

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Friday
Jul 11th, 2014

Mormon women “bloggers”: a long tradition

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Wednesday
Jul 9th, 2014

John Calvin’s prophetic calling and the memory

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Monday
Jul 7th, 2014

Theodicy in dialogue

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Monday
Jun 30th, 2014

The Book of Common Prayer Quiz

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Friday
Jun 27th, 2014

Is there an American culture of Ramadan?

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Thursday
Jun 19th, 2014

Faith and science in the natural world

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Tuesday
Jun 17th, 2014

Torture: what’s race got to do with it?

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