Bruce Feiler

I think that most of the action in religion is around the home, is in families, and is in individual lives, and they can go on their own searches, watch their own TV shows, read their own books, form their own groups and discuss it, but that’s where the action is – on the home front.

“I think that most of the action in religion is around the home, is in families, and is in individual lives, and they can go … Read More

When it comes to gender, marriage, family, work, and religion – we once thought of them as being fixed, but they’re incredibly fluid. The same is true for love. Love was not something that was originally built between two equal partners in a relationship. It’s something that’s been hard-earned over time.

“When it comes to gender, marriage, family, work, and religion – we once thought of them as being fixed, but they’re incredibly fluid. The same … Read More

Social media is fine, but we need to put the phones down and look somebody in the eye. Talk to your neighbor. Talk to your community. Especially talk to the one you love. It’s all about connection. It’s hard, but it’s ultimately what gives us meaning in the world.

“Social media is fine, but we need to put the phones down and look somebody in the eye. Talk to your neighbor. Talk to your … Read More

Adam and Eve – and especially Eve – are victims of the greatest character assassination the world has ever known. Eve is not secondary. Eve, if anything, is the great initiator in the story. She’s the first independent woman. For me, rediscovering that Eve was the greatest bad**s women of all time was a revelation.

“Adam and Eve – and especially Eve – are victims of the greatest character assassination the world has ever known. Eve is not secondary. Eve, … Read More

We’re in a hyper-connected world, and there’s a crisis of connection. The first thing that God says about woman and man in the Bible is that it’s not right for humans to be alone. Social media interaction cannot take the place of face-to-face interaction. If anything, it prevents us from doing that. We’re staring into our screens for so long that we’re forgetting to look at the people directly in front of us.

“We’re in a hyper-connected world, and there’s a crisis of connection. The first thing that God says about woman and man in the Bible is … Read More