“The more one does the more one can do.” When Amelia Earhart, born on July 24, 1897, disappeared over the Pacific on July 2, 1937, she left behind a legacy shrouded in legend, glory, and modern-day mythmaking.
Can you have a religion not based around the Abrahamic idea of a God who could, if he wished, behave like a mafia boss? One of the most unnerving passages in Robert Bellah's Religion in Human Evolution
“The soft bonds of love are indifferent to life and death.” Science and religion have a long history of friction as diametric opposites. But some of humanity’s greatest minds have found in science itself
“The human race … sits up nine nights in the week to admire its own originality.” A large part of what made Mark Twain the greatest American satirist was his capacity for cultural nitpicking, from his
YouTube phenom Jefferson Bethke’s new book, “Jesus > Religion” hit stores this week and TheBlaze sat down with the spoken-word artist to learn more about his Christian message and how he’s hoping to impact