Flirting with Faith
October 2010 Archives

More than 4200 Christians from across the globe will spend the next week and a half discussing the future of evangelicalism as part of the Third Lausanne Congress on World Evangelism in Cape Town, South Africa. You can follow the […]

“Don’t push your way to the front; don’t sweet-talk your way to the top. Put yourself aside, and help others get ahead.” Philippians 2:3 (The Message) No one has missed the headline story this week – 33 Chilean miners are […]

Can you boil down your spiritual journey to just six words?  The writers at Killing the Buddha thing so and have collected some beautiful and thought-provoking “six-word spiritual memoirs” in the comments section of their post titled Six Word Journey.  If […]

In this TED clip, author, secularist and CEO of Project Reason, Sam Harris discusses the relationship between science and morality, arguing that questions of good, evil, right and wrong can be observed and answered by science. He argues that matters […]

Yesterday I wrote about my feelings of helplessness related to the widespread rape, mutilation and destruction of women in the Congo at the hands of both rebel and government forces. While I would have loved to offer some some answers, […]

I woke this morning thinking about an 80 year old woman in the Congo named Anna Mburano. Her story and that of 200 other women who were brutally gang raped for four days by 200 men who swarmed their small […]