We Are Not Just Our DNA: The Ethical Dangers of Three-Parent Embryos
Maureen L. Condic, Public Discourse

The creation of three-parent embryos is not an innocuous medical treatment—it is a macabre form of eugenic human cloning.

Osteenification and What it Portends
Hank Hanegraaff, Patheos

Why Osteenification? Because Joel Osteen is the prime provocateur of a seductive brand of American Christianity that reduces God to a means to our ends. A message that beckons multitudes to the table of the Master, not for the love of the Master but for what is on the table.

9 Things You Should Know About Fred Phelps and Westboro Baptist Church
Joe Carter, The Gospel Coalition

Here are nine things you should know about the notorious religious leader and his organization.

Megachurch Going
Jeremy Lott, The American Spectator

Many churches took to calling themselves “nondenominational” in the hope of reaching a larger potential group of people. This used to prompt the learned joke, “What kind of nondenominational church are you?” But it seemed to me that the religious landscape has shifted enough in America that many churchgoers may not even know they’re Protestants anymore. And: The rise of growth-focused megachurches may be fueling this trend.