Catholic intellectual George Weigel follows up his Bad Liturgy essay with another piece offering advice on how to break bad liturgical habits.
After the Rwandan genocide, many in the country have turned to Pentecostalism and charismatic healing. Christianity Today provides a report.
Amanda Walker, in the Baptist Press, reflects on the “inconvenience of motherhood.”
Clancy Sigal, an agnostic columnist for the Guardian, discusses his yearly attempt to live out the Christian virtue of forgiving one’s enemies.