From age 22 to 23, I lived in England. I was there for graduate school, but really I was there for something else: to wrestle with that question all people…
In his book, In Two Minds: The Dilemma of Doubt & How to Resolve It, theologian Os Guinness wrote, “If ours is an examined faith, we should be unafraid to…
Our columnist Anne Jackson looks into the bleak reality of loneliness, hiddenness, God’s seeming absence and pain and asks, “Will those things that are said to not ever leave ever return?”
Marcus Hathcock on Holy Saturday and how waiting for the resurrection builds faith.
Chris Stedman shares the story of his relationship with his former pastor and why he believes atheists, Christians and those of other faiths can cooperate in fighting issues that afflict the world.
Ray Horton points out that every answer from the Bible unlocks several more questions—and why that’s OK.
Sean Bess writes about how even the greatest in the faith have questioned their salvation, and how to examine your heart when doubts arise.
Tim Chermak writes a column for RELEVANT about finding his footing in his faith again after nearly losing it due to his questioning.