Read more of the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly interview with the Rev. Dr. Brad Braxton. More
“Most of our faith traditions believe God gave us the gift of sexuality, so it has deep theological meaning for us. I don’t think we can say sexuality isn’t a religious issue. It deeply is a religious issue.”
Vincent Pannizzo lives in East Oakland, California. He preaches to those with nowhere else to go, although he himself is homeless. More
"People often ask me how our stories come together. The "Street Children of Brazil" story in particular had many logistical complications, and we had to work hard to pull it off."
As chaplain of Yale University in the ’60s and ’70s, Coffin be came one of the best known — and most controversial — figures not only against the war, but also in the civil rights movement and the campaign for a freeze on nuclear weapons. Throughout his life, Coffin preached that social justice was central to Christianity.
Read more of Kim Lawton’s August 11, 2006 interview in Toronto with Rick and Kay Warren: KIM LAWTON: We’re here for the International AIDS Conference. Let me start with Kay. Why has this issue become such a passion for you? … More
Read more of Kim Lawton’s July 24, 2006 interview in Raleigh, North Carolina, with the Rev. Gardner C. Taylor. More
Read Bob Abernethy’s June 8, 2006 interview with Barbara Brown Taylor. More
Read more of Bob Abernethy's April 5, 2006 interview with writer and preacher Frederick Buechner.
Frederick Buechner is an ordained Presbyterian minister, but has never pastored a church and rarely attends one. His ministry is his writing: 32 novels and memoirs so far, and some sermons, as a guest preacher, many of which are in a new book, SECRETS IN THE DARK. For many Christians he's a celebrity, but Buechner feels that seeking ordination is the worst possible career move for a writer.