Study suggests bad World War II experiences led vets to church
Kimberly Winston, Religion News Service
A new study has found that American veterans who had a negative experience serving during World War II attend church more frequently today than those who were less troubled by their service.
Religious Liberty May Be Threatened for U.S. Military
Andrew T. Walker, The Foundry
Recent events involving perceived restrictions on religious liberty within the Army, Air Force, and the Pentagon have many concerned about the military’s stance toward people of faith.
Do All Children Go to Heaven?
Jim Denison, Christianity Today
Reconciling original sin and death of the innocent.
No, the Pope Didn’t Just Say All Atheists Go to Heaven
David M. Perry, The Atlantic
Instead, he was emphasizing the openness of the Catholic Church, which is perhaps even more important.