Archaeological evidence for shamanism in ancient China dates back over 6,000 years, and is testimony to a long-standing and enigmatic tradition.
Friedrich Nietzsche: God is Dead, Long Live the Overman
Friedrich Nietzsche, influential philosopher, and critic of religion, disliked Christianity and said God was dead. What did he mean?
Can Quantum Theory and God Be Reconciled? A Philosophical Analysis
Philosophy finds common ground for science and creationism where the two sides can’t. Could quantum physics be compatible with the concept of a Creator?
Crisis in the Episcopal Church and Parallels to the Reformation
Centuries after the reformation, when King Henry VIII created the Anglican Church, conservative Anglicans and Episcopalians are returning to Catholicism. The Catholic Church is pleased to receive them.
Hadrian the African – Early British Theologian and Scholar
Hadrian the African began as an infant refugee from North Africa, but later became Abbot of Canterbury in England. He was a theologian, a scholar, and a teacher, and he made a significant contribution to English Christianity. Hadrian rose to fame without seeking it.