God pronounces this union fully equal and names it an “equal partnership.” Equal, not because spouses are the same or have the same proclivities or skills, but because of a profoundly interwoven union that reflects common burden-sharing.
Is it possible that humankind’s deepest yearnings for connection, unity, shared meaning, and love are the shared sacred quest of both religion and the best rock?
Endless sales, politicking, and bickering have convinced many to see persuasion as a bad thing (“as long as you don’t try and persuade me”). We’re going to try and persuade you otherwise.
As we look to make sense of the news of this last week, it may be wise to look back on a more than 50 year old film that asks what exactly is an oath.
A greater awareness of sexual pleasure is not enough to confront the serious challenges young people face navigating sexuality in America today.
Between Coco and The Good Place pop culture sure wants the afterlife to end. Is that because our religious culture isn’t providing a better vision?
Divergent emotions evoked by Senator Romney’s impeachment vote reveal something more important than just partisan passions.
Though the world may seem darker without Clay in it, his teachings and his example will inspire us to make the world much brighter regardless of our profession.
We’ve tried so hard to decrease depression, anxiety and suicide. And the numbers keep going up. Is it time to consider even more fundamental shifts in our approach?
The Supreme Court’s much-anticipated decision in Bostock v Clayton County may in fact tell us more...
If an informed citizenry is crucial to a healthy democracy, the incentives against that can be remarkably rational and compelling to an average American.
As suicide numbers increase, we continue to hear suggestions that “undertreatment” is the main problem. After two decades of rising treatment rates, could it be time to reassess?