A Guide to Debating Online (Without Losing Friends)

Another day, another Facebook debate. It’s all too common. You’re scrolling through your feed and…

How Not to Debate an Atheist

According to a popular bit of Internet lore, a young Albert Einstein once debated an…

Atheists Aren’t Jerks

Toward the end of August, the social media networks exploded with a story: the Richard…

Cyber Theology

Yes, the Internet may be at fault for a slew of societal bad habits, from decreased attention spans to poor time management. But it also may be profitable to our faith in ways you might not think.

The Problem with Political Profiling

Election Day brings out the natural affinity in each of us to draw party lines and huddle together with our own team. But does this require real courage or result in lasting social change?

The Biggest Problem With the Debates (and How to Fix It)

The biggest—most disappointing—problem we’re facing in the presidential debates so far? The lying. The whole…

My Friend, the Atheist

C.R. Wiley writes about what he has learned about his faith by befriending atheists.

The Right Way to Disagree

Ben Simpson writes a blog for RELEVANT about how to remain with a church, even when you do not see eye to eye.

Why Our Generation Doesn’t Care About Prop 8

RELEVANT looks at the issue of Proposition 8 and gay marriage, wondering why Christian twentysomethings have dropped out of the debate.

Throwing Stones

  Three weeks ago, I went into Washington, D.C., with some friends to watch oral…