James K.A. Smith's argument for the power of historic liturgy seems difficult to accept if you meet in a house church.
What if we are not primarily thinking creatures, but creatures of habit? What if we are not driven mainly by what we know, but by what we love? My review of this incredible book by James K.A. Smith.
Some Lenten observations from N.T. Wright on how the most important Christians are not those who preach great sermons or write best-selling books.
Historian Yuval Noah Harari does not believe religion has anything relevant to say about the technological challenges of the future. His argument reminds me of a passage from an award-winning novel that suggests otherwise.