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Religion in the Way of Faith Arthur Landwehr's sermon notes speak of the prophet Amos' (5:18-25) concern that the religion of the people of Israel was getting in the way of their living faith in God. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline | Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection | Author: Arthur Landwehr Religion and the Kingdom Many people today believe that religion is just a tribal marker. In this sermon on Mark 9:38-50, Brian McLaren explains how Jesus urges us to move past tribal religion to the religion of God’s kingdom. Resource type: Sermon (Complete) | Source: A Sermon for Every Sunday | Author: Brian McLaren Religion's Place in Public Schools "We must urge the schools to let religion compete on an equal footing with secular extracurricular activities. But at the same time, we must be wary of any attempt to make the schools transmitters of religious... Resource type: Article | Source: Religion Online | Author: Donald L. Drakeman Religion: How to Love Them All and Be IN LOVE with Yours I thought about something Mother Teresa purportedly said some years ago: "I love all religions, but I'm IN LOVE with my own." Resource type: Article | Source: Day1 | Author: Steve McSwain Religion, Politics, and the Supreme Court In her blog post, Allison Vander Broek invites readers to consider the interaction between religion and politics in their lives. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: The Twelve | Author: Allison Vander Broek Science, Religion, and the New Atheism Ted Davis presents an in-depth look at new atheism, the message of which is simple: science is good and religion is evil. Davis argues that science need not be rejected in order to counter this claim. Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: Ted Davis Not for the weak? Christianity is truly a religion for the weak and the simple—but only for those who know that they are. This is Leon Pereira's conclusion to this homily on Wisdom 2:1,12,17-20 and Mark 9:30-37. Resource type: Sermon (Complete) | Source: Torch | Author: Leon Pereira Religion and Spirituality: No Longer Forgotten Factors in Clinical Practice In this in-depth article, Edward Shafranske provides an overview of the current relationship between religion and psychology. Shafranske also identifies research and practices that are underdeveloped in the field. Resource type: Article | Source: Fuller Studio | Author: Edward Shafranske Old Time Religion This album from the Baylor Black Gospel Music Restoration Project was recorded by The Caravans in 1960, with the title Old Time Religion. Resource type: Song/Hymn | Source: Baylor Black Gospel Music Restoration Project | Author: The Caravans Religion Is on the Decline but Guilt Persists David Brooks points out that despite the decline of religion in modern life, guilt has not gone away - and many people have lost the sense that grace and forgiveness are available. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: David Brooks Full Text Hymns on Religion Religion Is the Chief ConcernPD
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Religion's Influence on American Life A sermon illustration by Ted Olsen on statistics about religion's declining influence on American life. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: Ted Olsen Religion Doesn't Equal Faith A quote by Alexander Schmemann describing that religion does not equal faith, appropriate for Ezekiel 33:32, James 1:26-27, and Mark 7:9. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: Mark Galli Religion, Science, and the Journey of the Magi Robert Barron's audio homily on Matthew 2:1-12 sees no need for conflict between religion and science, as wise people of every age are drawn, not only to investigate the wonders of creation, but to encounter Christ. Resource type: Audio/Video | Source: Word on Fire | Author: Robert Barron Transforming How the World Sees Science and Religion In "Galileo Goes to Jail," historian of science Ronald Numbers states: “The greatest myth in the history of science and religion holds that they have been in a state of constant conflict.” Resource type: Article | Source: Biologos | Author: Michael Zimmerman Religion: Because Thinking Is Hard? One bumper sticker made Debra Darvick's blood boil: Religion because thinking is hard... In her blog post, she reflects on how faith requires engagement of our mind. Resource type: Article | Source: Day1 | Author: Debra Darvick Religious views should be welcomed in our public life Religion should be part of our political and legal conversation. It can make politics and lawmaking more complicated and contested, but also more realistic. Resource type: Article | Source: Faith and Leadership | Author: John Witte, Jr. Religion & Media Blog Tour Dr. Mary Hess answers questions exploring how religion and media intersect. Resource type: Article | Source: Day1 | Author: Mary Hess Religion, Violence, Nonsense, and Power "The idea that “religion” is peculiarly prone to violence is not based in fact, but is an ideological justification for the dominance of secular social orders, which can and do inspire violence." Resource type: Article | Source: The Christian Reflection Project
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