Neill Strauss, over at The Wall Street Journal, reflects on the connection between superstars’ other-worldy success and their religious beliefs, wondering if celebrities’ habit of thanking God at such award ceremonies like the Grammy’s is connected to their material and critical success.
Britain’s Home Office is expected to announce soon the legalization of same-sex marriages in churches and other religious ceremonies. John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, expresses the concern that the state may force churches to administer same-sex marriages.
VirtueOnline reports on Anglican professor Lyle W. Dorsett’s message at an Anglican Mission in America (AMiA) conference, where he encouraged young people to evangelize as if the future of Christianity depended on it.
Julian Mann argues for the relocation of theological education to churches.
Allison Elliot, over at First Things, reviews the play “Freud’s Last Session,” which was inspired by the book “The Question of God” by Armand Nicholi and imagines a fictional conversation between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis.