What will you tell your children?


Photo: Google  E·van·ge·list 1.a person who seeks to convert others to the Christian faith, especially by public preaching. 2. the writer of one of the four Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John). “St. John the Evangelist” A person and especially a preacher who tries to convince people to become Christian. : someone who talks aboutContinue reading “What will you tell your children?”

The Author of Boy Erased Hopes His Experience in Conversion Therapy Makes People Angry


Focus Features “I’m aiming an arrow directly into the heart of America.” That was Joel Edgerton’s promise to Boy Erased author Garrard Conley from the very beginning when Edgerton began writing and directing the film adaptation of Conley’s vulnerable memoir about his experience with “conversion therapy.” By: Elena Hilton\Esquire.com It was a risk for Conley to shareContinue reading “The Author of Boy Erased Hopes His Experience in Conversion Therapy Makes People Angry”

Sex in the cornfields: The agony and ecstasy of dating at a strict Christian college


We knew next to nothing about sex, except that it was a sin outside of marriage. So we kept our pleasures secret By: Dan Rousseau/Salon.com The Indiana corn weaves like a maze of chastity. My girlfriend, Becca, and I are driving in my black Subaru Forester, hunting for a solitary space. I am a sophomore in collegeContinue reading “Sex in the cornfields: The agony and ecstasy of dating at a strict Christian college”

Baptist leaders worry about religious freedom in military


Two Southern Baptist leaders said Monday that they reject conspiracy theories that the U.S. military will punish Christian soldiers who share their faith. But they are worried about religious freedom in the military. Kevin Ezell, head of the Baptist’s North American Mission Board, which endorses military chaplains, and Russell Moore, president-elect of the Nashville-based Ethics and ReligiousContinue reading “Baptist leaders worry about religious freedom in military”

Not Allowed to wear the Christian Cross at work. Violation of religious freedom? European Court of Human Rights will rule


In 2006, Nadia Eweida a British Airways worker, was suspended for wearing what her employers said was a violation of the since-modified uniform code. BA had a policy of not permitting additions to the uniform and so ordered Ms Eweida to follow the rules. She refused and claimed religious discrimination. Shirley Chaplin left her 31-year nursing career after refusingContinue reading “Not Allowed to wear the Christian Cross at work. Violation of religious freedom? European Court of Human Rights will rule”