The test itself is physically painful, but the emotional and psychological labor of the experience is far more excruciating.
Jonathan Merritt is a contributing writer for The Atlantic and author of several critically-acclaimed books including, Learning to Speak God from Scratch: Why Sacred Words are Vanishing - And How We Can Revive Them. His work has been published in outlets such as USA Today, The New York Times, and The Washington Post. He holds two graduate degrees in religion and resides in New York City.
Franklin Graham’s religious org has done good around the world, but it’s not wrong to question whether his history of bigotry could get in the way of caring for the sick.
The excessive public mingling of religion and politics is making more and more people want to keep religion to themselves, says a new poll.
Diversity is sorely lacking at many private Christian schools, some of which were originally founded to keep blacks out.